A new version, this time focused on the socket backend. Now you can *really* monitor your MTA remotely.
Eeeek, 0.5.5 is bogus (for postfix2). Try, this, much better....
According to the "release often" rule, here is 0.5.5; it adds 'corrupt' queue support for postfix, and adds message sorting capability.
0.5.4 corrects a bug that could cause pfqueue to crash randomly. Upgrade, folks...
After a (too) long time, here is version 0.5.3. It contains some helpful changes, see Changelog for details. Feedback is appreciated as usual.
New version, mainly a bug-fix release. Hopefully, this will be included in Debian distribution.
Time for 0.5.1... enjoy it.
New release, see ChangeLog or homepage. Enjoy it!
New version. See changelog or homepage for details
Big news this time, pfqueue is not a specific tool anymore. Based on a frontend/backend "model", it can now access exim servers too, and can be easily extended to support almost any MTA. See homepage for full details.
Added a couple of little things: 'c' toggles confirmation request for actions, and '.' key to mark a message and make 't' work between marked and current.
After some weeks, here is a fix-a-couple-of-bugs release
New version has been released. See changelog for details
Version 0.3.4 is out: it adds search and "search and tag" functionality
A bug regarding operations on tagged messages has been fixed
Verson 0.3.2 is out. See changelog for details.
0.3.1 is out, see changelog for details
Main big improvement is that directory digging is multithreaded: this gives a greater responsiveness to the app. See ChangeLog for full details
Ok, 0.2.0 is out. Mainly internal rework/optimize/bufix
Just some small bugfixes and parameter sanity checks. Note that commands to change queues have changed, they are now 1--4 keys.
Version 0.1.3 is out, it should be much more stable in many situations... enjoy it...
This fixes some compatibility, porting and compiling issues, thanks to Philippe Chevalier and Frank Sholz, plus some minor improvements
Version 0.1.1 is out