Release Notes: The email address of spammers is now added to the Subject. A new spam-high.txt conf file was added. The addresses in this file will be added to the badmail file when they send more mail than the pcnt value. Addresses in the ignore file are never added to the badmailfrom file even if they send mail more then pcnt. Configuration files were moved from /usr/local/etc/ to /usr/local/etc/spamguard. #@ addresses are now ignored under qmail.
Release Notes: The Parser module is now Isoqlog's parser. config.h was removed in favor of an easy-to-use config file, spamguard.conf, which allows the configuration parameters to be set at run time. The MTA subdirs were removed. Installation has become very easy.
Release Notes: In this release, the Parser module is now Isoqlog's parser, all config.h files were removed, there is now one easy to use config file, spamguard.conf, and the configuration parameters can be set at run time. MTA subdirs were removed, and installation has become very easy.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug in ignore file processing code. Because of this, one of the hash tables has been turned into linked list (ignore list). There are now three different threshold values, each of which are treated differently by spamGuard: warning, block, and paranoid. There has also been some code refinement.
Release Notes: Because of performance issues, linked lists have been replaced with hash tables. This release has Postfix support, and some more memory leaks have been fixed.
Release Notes: Generic functions have been separated from the MTA-dependent code base. Qmail with syslog support was added, as well as sendmail support. The code necessary to save and restore the previous position on the maillog file was added, so you no longer need to rotate the maillog.
Release Notes: Wildcard support in the ignore file, fixes for some memory leaks, and SPAMNUMBER is no longer hard-coded into binary (it's taken from stdin, so you can experiment freely with your SPAMNUMBERs).