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    Posted: 13 February 2014 at 9:31am
We have officially released the new SpamFilter ISP and SpamFilter Enterprise v4.5.1.98. This release is available for download in the registered user area of our website. A free Evaluation copy is also available for all other users. 

As always, this upgrade is free for all users with a current software maintenance.

The changes since the latest official release (v4.5.1.94) are as follows:

// New to VersionNumber = '4.5.1.98';
{TODO -cNew : Added new behavior - if email is blocked due to one of the "FROM Emails", or "TO Emails", or "Domains" blacklists, and that blacklist is configured for "Do not quarantine rejected emails from this blacklist", then the SMTP session is disconnected immediately after the RCPR TO command, without waiting to receive the body of the email yet}

// New to VersionNumber = '4.5.1.97';
{TODO -cFix : Solved an issue present only in v4.5.1.96 - When receiving emails with multiple recipients, with recipients belonging to multiple domains managed by SpamFilter, and one or more domains had different customized destination SMTP servers, v4.5.1.96 was leaving behind in the queue files named Indy_some_random_GUID_-0.~tmp.rcpt}

// New to VersionNumber = '4.5.1.96';
{TODO -cFix : Sometimes emails in the process of being delivered where also being caught by the routine process that delivers queued emails that are waiting delivery due to an unavailable destination SMTP server. This would result in "server error - Invalid Message file" errors being logged by SpamFilter, but no other side-effects as the re-delivery attempt by the queue process would fail}
{TODO -cNew : Added a new RejectID (29) when emails are rejected due to: -- The message content is malformed and not RFC compliant (line length too long) - email cannot be processed }

// New to VersionNumber = '4.5.1.95';
{TODO -cFix : If there is a DNS timeout while checking "Reject if sender domain has invalid MX record" filter, SpamFilter may interpret this timeout as a non-existent MX record, thus possibly incorrectly blocking the email}



Edited by LogSat - 06 June 2014 at 1:35pm
Roberto Franceschetti

LogSat Software

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