Release Notes: The "Return-Path:" header is now checked against the allow-list as well as the "From:" header.
Release Notes: "Allow list" matching is now case insensitive, a btree database's last-modification is now updated after any modification, and the spec file has been fixed to work with Fedora Core 4.
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: 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: A new option to query and update the allow-list directly was added. The spam threshold level can be now altered. A second "global" database can now be used. Some minor bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Minor cosmetic fixes were made for non-Linux systems. Speed improvements have been made in the binary tree backend database.
Release Notes: An optional MySQL database backend has been added.
Release Notes: The manual was expanded to include a full description of the technical details, an explanation of the "allow-list" feature, and many examples.
Release Notes: An optional "allow list" feature has been added, which automatically classifies email from known addresses as non-spam.