Release Notes: All database backends are now incorporated into one binary, and can be selected at run-time. Benchmarking has been improved, and some other code cleanups have taken place.
Release Notes: The documentation for "--dump" was fixed, and "--dump" now checks before it overwrites a database. In non-filtering mode, large messages are no longer mistakenly output on stdout. The database backend in use is now reported in very verbose mode.
Release Notes: This release adds a new option to skip short messages, an option to tune the extent of database pruning, and an improved tokenizer.
Release Notes: Build fixes and improvements were made for RPM-based systems.
Release Notes: Code cleanup and new routines to decode character-encoded headers.
Release Notes: A new database backend based on SQLite was added.
Release Notes: In this release there is a new verbosity option to add errors and information as message headers, an option to output stars like SpamAssassin was added, the allow-list can now be queried using an address read from an email, and a system-wide filtering HOWTO was added.
Release Notes: Tokenisation details and a troubleshooting section have been added to the manual.
Release Notes: The default per-user database filename was corrected back to ~/.qsfdb.
Release Notes: Code cleanup, many new filters, and some command line syntax improvements.