Release Notes: The MTA accessed storage after it free()d it. This was a regression introduced in 8.14.2. The libmilter state engine did not deal correctly with milters that requested the omission of protocol steps during the negotiation callback.
Release Notes: This release fixes some problems. For example, fixes were made for a bug in the milter function smfi_chgfrom() which could cause the loss of a message body, the handling of queued messages with 8 bit characters in From: or To: header which could be "mistaken" for internal control characters during a queue run and trigger various consistency checks, and the handling of lines longer than MAXLINE-1 characters in certain cases.
Release Notes: If a milter rejected a recipient, the MTA still kept it in its list of recipients, and delivered to it if the transaction was accepted. The new DaemonPortOptions that begin with a lower case character can now be set.
Release Notes: This version fixes some problems introduced in 8.13.7, as well as some other bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixed some bugs and added support for various newer operating system versions.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs and omissions, and adds some additional checks to deal with situations that should not occur.
Release Notes: This release contains fixes for a regression that was introduced in 8.13.2. It now keeps proper track of closed connections and will not reuse them erroneously. Before these bugfixes, more email could be delivered to a domain despite errors. In some cases, the old behavior is preferred because it more "aggressively" delivers mail, but the new one is "correct" with respect to standards. On systems with large queues for single domains, this may cause a noticeable change in behavior if the MTAs of the recipient domain close connections with a persistent error, e.g. 421.
Release Notes: This release contains fixes for problems that have been found since the release of 8.13.1, as well as some portability enhancements.
Release Notes: This version contains fixes for problems as well as some portability enhancements.
Release Notes: This release contains several enhancements for the handling of queue IDs, fixes for problems when creating qf files, and undoes the MIME 7 to 8 bit conversion change for base64 decoding.