Release Notes: A large number of bugs were fixed. sa-update will no longer leave SpamAssassin in an unusable state if the first use fails to download or install an update. sa-update will now be able to use GnuPG on Windows. Macros such as the one used by report_contact will be replaced when updates are installed. SpamAssassin was unusable with exim4 when BSMTP mode is used. A number of documentation updates were also made.
Release Notes: An issue where a certain set of parameters to spamd and a specially formatted input message could allow users to execute arbitrary commands as the spamd user has been fixed. An issue where the userstate directory and preference file weren't being created under certain conditions has been fixed.
Release Notes: An issue where a certain set of parameters to spamd and a specially formatted input message could allow users to execute arbitrary commands as the spamd user has been fixed.
Release Notes: DKIM support was added. Razor2 support was re-enabled by default. A Perl bug which caused intermittent taint-related crashes was worked around. Lots of other minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Validation of configuration option errors was improved. Support for the new Mail::DomainKeys API was added. Large modifications were made to sa-update to better support rule updates. CRLF line endings are detected and used if the input message uses them. The RPM spec file for x86_64 platforms was fixed.
Release Notes: A more efficient Apache preforking algorithm was adopted. PostgreSQL, MySQL 4.1+, and local SDBM file Bayes storage modules were added. SQL storage is now recommended for Bayes. New DomainKeys, MIMEHeader, WhiteListSubject, and ReplaceTags plugins were added. Razor2 and DCC are now disabled by default due to a change in licenses. DNSBL lookups and other DNS operations are now more efficient.
Release Notes: This release fixes possible memory bloat from large AutoWhitelist db files. It fixes a bug where user defined rules scores became ignored. The parsing code for several Received: header formats has been updated. Some BAYES_* scores for the network+bayes score set have been increased. set_tag has been documented for the plugin API, and get_tag has been added. There are additional bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release detects legitimate SMTP AUTH submission, to avoid false positives on Dynablock-style rules. The URIDNSBL plugin has been fixed to honor the uridnsbl_max_domains config option. Various documentation and rule fixes. The ability to deal with 'rewrite_header Subject' markup when no Subject header exists. 'make test' failure on Solaris has been fixed.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Now part of the ASF and uses the Apache License 2.0. Now includes support for SPF. Web site links contained in the message are checked against SURBL and SBL. The new 3.0 architecture allows third parties to easily add plugin modules. SQL database support for both the Bayes and auto-whitelist modules. A more accurate simulation of email client handling of MIME and HTML improves accuracy. Better detection and handling of spammer techniques that try to trick anti-spam software. A new logo.