Release Notes: LMTP support was added. User-list file parsing was improved. rabid now correctly checks the '.' at the end of the results of the list command. Deprecated GNUTLS library calls were removed. MD5 checking was rewritten and fixed, and Subject, Date, and Message-ID headers were added to the check. There were many minor changes.
Release Notes: Minor changes were made to the documentation. It is now possible to build without SSL support.
Release Notes: This release really fixes the bugs that stopped it compiling on GCC 4.3, and the majority of the warnings.
Release Notes: This version now builds correctly without GNUTLS, on OpenSolaris, and with GCC 4.3. Some build warnings were fixed.
Release Notes: The license was changed to GPLv3.
Release Notes: This release adds MessageId to Postal, adds "make dep", and makes GNUTLS work in bhm.
Release Notes: This release adds the new program bhm to listen on port 25 and send mail to /dev/null, removes the name expansion feature (it confused many people and is not needed now that desktop machines typically have 1G of RAM), decreases the thread stack size (to save virtual memory size and increase the number of threads on a 32bit system), adds a minimum message size option to Postal, adds a Postal option to specify a list of sender addresses separately from the list of recipient addresses, handles EINTR to allow ^Z and "bg" from the commandline, and makes the test programs display output on the minute.
Release Notes: The program now compiles with no warnings on GCC 3.2. The installation documentation was improved.
Release Notes: This is the first version with SSL support and also the first to be widely publicized.