Julian Field mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Sat Jun 21 08:35:13 IST 2003

I produce a new stable version once a month, that incorporates all previous
I also produce unstable beta versions during the month, pretty much as and
when I want to. This is only a cosmetic bugfix so I'm not going to rush out
a fixed version, I've got better things to do :-)

By the way, there probably won't be a new version at the start of August as
I'm spending most of July travelling across Canada (without email, hurray! ;->

At 01:57 21/06/2003, you wrote:
>Is there somewhere that little fixes such as this one are being noted in
>a list?  I caught this one and saved the message, but this particular
>fix isn't in the 4.21-9 version I downloaded off the site today.  I'm
>just wondering if there are others that I should know about ... is the
>list archive the only means of figuring out the answer to that question?
>Julian Field wrote:
>>Message.pm line 2007.
>>    my $rept = join('    $reportword: ', @everyrept);
>>    my $rept = join("    $reportword: ", @everyrept);
>>Sorry about that.
>>At 11:44 19/06/2003, you wrote:
>> >Hello there,
>> >
>> >I'm using the latest stable version (RPM) with Sophos and F-Prot on
>>Redhat 8.
>> >Isn't $reportword supposed to be substituted by something in this
>> >
>> >
>> >The following e-mail messages were found to have viruses in them:
>> >
>> >     Sender: membership at iprimus.com.au
>> >IP Address:
>> >  Recipient: xxxxxxxx
>> >    Subject: Thanks for registering
>> >  MessageID: h5JADKRX012423
>> >     Report: Found dangerous IFrame tag in HTML message
>> >     $reportword: >>> Virus 'W32/Bugbear-Dam' found in file
>> >./h5JADKRX012423/septic letter.doc.exe
>> >
>> >letter.doc.exe  Infection: W32/Bugbear.B at mm (corrupted)
>> >             Executable DOS/Windows programs are dangerous in email
>> >letter.doc.exe)
>> >
>> >--
>> >   Evert Jan van Ramselaar  <evertjan at vanramselaar.nl>
>> >   Van Ramselaar Info Tech  <http://www.vanramselaar.nl>
>>Julian Field
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