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    Posted: 09 June 2003 at 12:02am

We have just uploaded at http://www.logsat.com/SpamFilter/beta.asp the new beta distribution that includes a database-enabled quarantine.

Please note that this build has changes in the database schema. You will need to upgrade your database structure by either running the upgrade SQl scripts in the distribution, or more easily by using a 3-step wizard within SpamFilter itself. SpamFilter will work properly without upgrading the database, but the quarantine will be disabled until it is updated.

Updated sample web pages in ASP and PHP are included that show how end users can access their own quarantined emails. A self-registration page in the ASP pages allows users to signup and register by themselves to access their own quarantined files. Thje password will be emailed to them.

Please note that this beta build will expire on 7/1/2003!

If you find any bugs or issues with the GUI, please email us at support@logsat.com with the word "beta" anywhere in the subject line.

The revision history for this build is:

// New to VersionNumber = '1.2.0.147';
{TODO -cNew : Changed the local white/black list reload interval from 1 minute to 3 minutes}
{TODO -cNew : Changed the country stats reload interval from 1 minute to 2 minutes}
{TODO -cNew : Added option to autoconfigure databases}
{TODO -cNew : Added startup check to ensure database structure is correct}
{TODO -cFix : various minor fixes to enable/disable archive spin-edit control and test if DB available/unavailable}
{TODO -cNew : Added ini parameter for max msg size above which no keyword scan is done - improve performance}
{TODO -cFix : CPU glued at 100% if email subject has incorrect encoding}
{TODO -cFix : if defined, Local Domains redirect not sorted and not redirecting to correct destination}

Roberto Franceschetti
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote George Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 June 2003 at 6:05am
Roberto,

The new version is great and easy to upgrade. But I found one problem with the web interface.

 

In the old web interface, when you reloaded the login.asp page it would allow you to change email accounts. In the new setup you have to close the browser in order to change email accounts because it doesnít release the session. You need to kill the session when the ListSpam.asp is reloaded so that the user is prompted to login again.

 

It is a real pain to have to close the browser every time you want the check a different email account. I have 10 different email accounts to check and I have clients that have multiple accounts and I know that they will not like having to close the browser every time.

 

Thanks for the multiple selection feature. I have modified the page to display the RejectDetails and it works great. You should add it to the beta. It only involves three changes to the ListSpam.asp page 2 columns and adding the RejectDetails to the Query collection.

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Hi George,

We left out the reject details on purpose from the web interface since not all end-users would need to know why a certain email was rejected (at least in our opinion). Since it's really easy to add that field, we left it up to the admins...

I agree with you on the pain of closing the browser to check other accounts. I just found out myself today... We'll be changing that shortly.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Desperado Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 June 2003 at 6:34pm

Roberto,

Can't we just "null" out the session veriable?

Dan

 

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That's exactly how we were going to do it!

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote George Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 June 2003 at 10:14pm

What do I need to do to get this chaged on my page?

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