Release Notes: This release has a bugfix release that resolves all known regression issues seen in versions 3.20 and 3.21.
Release Notes: A bug that broke INCLUDERC has been fixed. Version 3.20 included a number of improvements and bug fixes, including several possible security problems related to signal handlers.
Release Notes: Procmail version 3.15.1 fixes a race condition when creating mailboxes that could result in a bounced message and increases the paranoia with which the initial environment is handled when using the -p flag. It also works around an AIX compiler bug that caused procmail to not find users' default rcfiles.
Release Notes: Version 3.15 finishes support for mailspools in maildir and MH format, corrects several problems that appeared in 3.14, and resolves a handful of security, portability, and robustness issues (all believed to be minor).
Release Notes: Support for Qmail-style maildir mailboxes, a SWITCHRC variable for `tail-calls', RFC-compliant address selection when generating replies with formail -r, and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Fixes a few buffer overflow eliminates a keyword conflict with newer versions of gcc. These buffer overflows are probably 'slightly more difficult' to exploit as they involve particular variables instead of variable expansion in general.
Release Notes: Mailstat was too loose in its awk syntax, formail was ignoring the exitcode of all but the last invocation (or last several, if -n was in effect), variable expansion of builtin numeric variables in conditions could overwrite the condition (broke SmartList), weights<1 didn't work if floats changed accuracy when stored and worked around a bug in the Dunix 4.0e compiler (pointer addition not commutative).
Release Notes: Bugfixes to procmail, formail, autoconf setup, and updated docs.