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SpamPal 1.72 Beta
September 14th, 2005

SpamPal sits between your email program and your mailbox, checking your email as you retrieve it. Any email messages that it considers to be spam will be “tagged” with a special header; you simply configure your email client to filter anything with this header into a separate folder and your spam won’t be mixed up with the rest of your email anymore.

Latest Changes:

  • Now removes any pre-existing (and possibly forged) SpamPal header lines
  • Pop3: Fixed crash in prefetching
  • Pop3: Now supports CAPA (ie “Capabilities”) command
  • Pop3: Fixed unlikely buffer overflow when processing malformed LIST response
  • IMAP4: Fixed crash in prefetching
  • IMAP4: Fiddled with removal of \Seen flags from moved spam messages
  • Public blacklists/DNSBLs: Fixed buffer overflow that was causing crashes
  • Where supported, now uses Microsoft’s DNSAPI.DLL for DNS queries
  • No longer does hostname lookups for w3.org and several other frequently-used domains
  • Fixed issue where multiple public blacklist entries were querying the same resource;
  • Transparent Proxy: a whole load of bugfixes

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