Release Notes: This release fixes a few annoying errors in parsing headers, adds the new directives "modify message-id", "blocked robots", and "cc on subscribe", adds a "List-ID" header as per RFC2919, and adds support for the Ukrainian (UA) and French (FR) languages.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few errors in parsing headers of incoming messages.
Release Notes: This release adds support for bounce processing (using VERP) and new directive 'to recipient', which fills the header To: with the recipient's address, not the list address. A few errors have been fixed.
Release Notes: In this version, the password can be supplied in the headers of a message. It will not produce MIME messages and will not add a footer if the "footer" file is not available for the list. A typo in the X-BeenThere header has been fixed for compatibility with Mailman.
Release Notes: Two bugs were fixed since 2.5(1). The first was broken loop handling, and the second was incorrect truncating of some incoming messages.
Release Notes: This release adds the new commands "mode", "suspend", "resume", and "maxsize", batched processing (one or more commands in the body of the message), a workaround for MIME-encoded messages when adding a footer to an outgoing message, the new directives "log messages" (to log information about messages such as From, size, Subject, etc.), "archive size" (which sets the maximum size of a message which will be stored in the archive), and "charset" (which defines the charset used in information messages and the footer).
Release Notes: This release adds the directive "background", which allows it to detach Minimalist from the MTA and run in the background. Minimalist now preserves the original To: and Cc: headers, but unconditionally removes the original Reply-To: header.
Release Notes: The code was reworked to support internationalization. A security hole, which allowed the execution of some commands on host where Minimalist works, was fixed. A bug, which appeared when processing unsubscribe requests on a full filesystem, was fixed. A bug, in which a single '.' in a message was treated as end of message, was fixed. RFC 2369 headers are now supported in the outgoing message. Stripping of various "Return Request" headers are now stripped. The 'extra header', 'remove resent', and 'list gecos' directives were added.
Release Notes: This release adds a few directives, as well as support for external delivery of processed messages and write-only subscribes.
Release Notes: The licence has changed from GPL to BSD type. There are also a couple of changes and, most notably, a simplified list's protection scheme.