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    Posted: 11 December 2015 at 2:25pm
A new pre-release of SpamFilter (v4.7.2.184) is available in the registered user area.

This version features a new filter suggested by one of our users - the 0-Day domain filter. SpamFilter will check all domain names and email addresses present in the email. If any of them contain a domain name that has been registered within the last few days, the email will be marked as spam unless the sender's IP is listed as a trusted source in our database of over 300,000 "good" mail servers.

The full list of changes since the latest official release ( is as follows:

// New to VersionNumber = '';

{TODO -cNew : Added a new filter - the 0-Day domain filter. If a domain has been registered within the last nn days (30 by default), any emails containing that domain name will be heavily weighed as spam.}

{TODO -cNew : SpamFilter Enterprise only - added two new fields in the tbl_FilterSettings table for 0-Day filter and for a new upcoming option - DNSWLBypassForMX_RevDNS_SPF}

{TODO -cFix : In some cases depending on the internet provider DNS lookups could result in several timeouts (logged as DNS Error:TimedOut). This was due a different DNS library that was used starting from v4.7.1.145. Issue is now resolved.}

{TODO -cFix : If the antivirus plugin experienced a problem when updating the virus definitions, a deadlock condition could occurr in SpamFilter causing it to stop processing further emails as they were all waiting to be scanned by the malfunctioning antivirus plugin}

// New to VersionNumber = '';

{TODO -cFix : We are now automatically checking for updated versions of the GeoIP.dat file and download it automatically if a newer version is available}

{TODO -cFix : If a keyword line consists of multiple keywords separated by commans, and one of the keywords contained the ::NEGATE option, instead of applying to that specific individual keywords, the ::NEGATE option was incorrectly beeing carried over to all the remaining keywords on that same line}

{TODO -cFix : In SpamFilter Enterprise, the grid of local domains can now be sorted again by ID or domain name}

{TODO -cFix : Changed some locking parameters during the update of the antivirus definitions to avoid possible problems during the reloading of the AV definitions}

Edited by LogSat - 09 January 2016 at 11:56am
Roberto Franceschetti

LogSat Software

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