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DSPAM 3.10.2 released

The DSPAM team is happy to announce the release of DSPAM 3.10.2.
This release contains bugfixes and a few small new features.

Changes since the previous release:
+ support for Postgresql 9.1 added
+ support for Postgresql <8.1 dropped (EOL)
+ bug in RSET handling during LHLO phase
+ location of configuration files in dspam home (/var/dspam) can be
changed through dspam.conf
+ various fixes to the webui templates
+ various small bugs and memleaks... read more

Posted by Tom Hendrikx 2012-04-23

DSPAM 3.10.1 released

The DSPAM team is happy to announce the release of DSPAM 3.10.1.
This is a bugfix release, introducing no new features.

Changes since the previous release:
+ rolled back some optimizations to the mysql storage driver that caused
issues on some systems, resulting in a non-functional storage driver.
- missing documentation added to tarball.

The release tarball can be downloaded from Sourceforge:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/dspam/files/dspam/dspam-3.10.1/dspam-3.10.1.tar.gz/download... read more

Posted by Tom Hendrikx (alt. account) 2011-08-11

DSPAM-3.10.0 Released

More than one year after the previous release, the DSPAM team is happy
to announce the long awaited release of DSPAM 3.10.0.

Users running DSPAM 3.9.0, 3.9.1RC1 or some GIT version are all
encouraged to upgrade to 3.10.0. We expect no issues during the upgrade.
For older versions, be sure to read the UPGRADE file.

Changes since the previous release include:
- - Support for MySQL 5.5 added
- - Support for MySQL <5.0 dropped
- - Updated license from GPLv2 to AGPLv3
- - Many bugfixes
For a detailed list of changes, see the documentation in the tarball.... read more

Posted by Paul Cockings 2011-08-03

DSPAM-3.9.0 Released

The DSPAM team is happy to announce our first official release, right on
our first celebration of the community fork!

The source tarball can be downloaded from the downloads section at
SourceForge [1]. A gpg signature by Alexander Prinsier is available in
the downloads section as well.

If you are running any of the older RC, BETA or ALPHA releases then you
can just upgrade to this release. There are no compatibility issues
compared to older ALPHA or older BETA or RC releases. Users using DSPAM
3.8.0 or older can upgrade to DSPAM 3.9.0 by following the steps
mentioned in the UPGRADING file.... read more

Posted by Paul Cockings 2010-01-12

DSPAM-3.9.0-RC2 Released

The DSPAM team is happy to announce our first official release candidate!

It's called DSPAM-3.9.0-RC2 and is the first of the RC releases towards the full 3.9.0.

The source tarball can be downloaded from the downloads section at SourceForge [1].

If you are running any of the older BETA or ALPHA releases then you can just upgrade to RC2. There are no compatibility issues compared to older ALPHA or older BETA releases. Users using DSPAM 3.8.0 or older can upgrade to DSPAM 3.9.0 RC2 by following the steps mentioned in the UPGRADING file.... read more

Posted by Stevan Bajic 2009-12-17

DSPAM-3.9.0-BETA4

DSPAM-3.9.0-BETA4 Released

The DSPAM team is happy to announce another beta release!

The source tarball can be downloaded from the downloads section at SourceForge [1].

If you are running any of the older BETA or ALPHA releases then you can just upgrade to BETA 4. There are no compatibility issues compared to older ALPHA or older BETA releases. Users using DSPAM 3.8.0 or older can upgrade to DSPAM 3.9.0 BETA 4 by following the steps mentioned in the UPGRADING file.... read more

Posted by Stevan Bajic 2009-11-01

DSPAM-3.9.0-ALPHA2 Released

The dspam team is happy to announce our first official release!

It's called DSPAM-3.9.0-ALPHA2 aka DSPAM-FISL and is the first of the ALPHA releases towards the full 3.9.0.

The codename was chosen to be FISL as Ion-Mihai Tetcu is giving a talk this Friday about DSPAM at the "Forum International de Software Livre" (FISL) in Porte Alegro, Brazil.

The source tarball can be downloaded from the downloads section at Sourceforge [1].... read more

Posted by Paul Cockings 2009-06-24

Dspam used in 'Linux Format' magazine

UK based magazine 'Linux Format' this month has published an article on 'Getting Rid of Spam'. Guess which Bayesian filter was chosen over Spamassassin and bogofilter? Yep, thats right Dspam!

The article is a 4 page tutorial, starting on page 90 of LFX issue 121 (August 2009). If I can get copy permissions for the articleI'll post it up on the wiki.

Posted by Paul Cockings 2009-06-19

nuclearelephant.com

Please note, the old domain name name for the dspam project has been moved.

A new website has been hosted on SF.

Any legacy services that might have been hosted on nuclearelephant.com have been discontinued, in particular rabl.nuclearelephant.com

The RABL was an experimental feature which we hope to look into again in the future

Posted by Paul Cockings 2009-04-15