Safecat copies standard input to a qmail-style maildir as reliably and quickly as qmail itself. It can be used to deliver mail messages to qmail folders, or to spool data securely for later use by non-email-related applications. Safecat was originally written as a spooling utility for a CGI-based data collection application; it was inspired by the super-reliability of Dan Bernstein's maildir algorithm.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that was introduced in version 1.10 which allowed garbage characters into filenames. Upgrading from 1.10 to 1.11 should be considered mandatory, while upgrading from earlier versions is optional.
Release Notes: The newest maildir spec was implemented. Compatibility with new glibc versions that break errno was achieved, Red Hat 9.0 RPMs were created, and minor cleanups were made.
Release Notes: An implicit cast caused incorrect timestamps under Solaris. Timestamps are now correct, and portable 64-bit integer support was also fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for installation to nonstandard locations and an RPM distribution.
Release Notes: Fixed path to tempfile in stat() call. Thanks to Erik Sjolund for helping.