ANNOUNCE: Beta 4.27.4 released
pete at eatathome.com.au
Sat Feb 21 14:02:41 GMT 2004
Julian Field wrote:
> G'day all,
> I have just put 4.27.4 on the website. Note this is a beta release.
> Download as usual from www.mailscanner.info.
> You can get the full ChangeLog from here:
> The new changes since 4.27.3 are mostly:
> * New Stuff *
> - Added "Non-Forging Viruses" list which works the opposite way around
> to the
> "Silent Viruses" list. If a virus report contains any words in this
> then the silent status is over-ridden by this. The net result is
> that you
> can put All-Viruses in the silent viruses list, so that by default no
> warnings are sent to senders. But put markers for joke programs or
> viruses in this list and the senders will still be warned about
> them, as
> they are known not to forge the From address.
> - Added options to add new headers containing the envelope sender and/or
> envelope recipients addresses. The names of the headers are, of course,
> - Much improved clamav-wrapper, courtesy of Kevin Spicer.
> - Added $subject to Subject: line in sample recipient.spam.report.txt
> to show
> it can be used. Should ideally get all other languages translated.
> * Fixes *
> - Exim multiple ACLs now supported for SPF compatibility.
> Julian Field
> Professional Support Services at www.MailScanner.biz
> MailScanner thanks transtec Computers for their support
> PGP footprint: EE81 D763 3DB0 0BFD E1DC 7222 11F6 5947 1415 B654
Julian, realising this is a beta, once this become a gold release -
knowing that i do not use bayes, dcc, razor etc, and currently have ms
4.24-5 and sa 2.60 and clamav, bigevil and backhair - is it likely
(assuming almost default settings) that the newer versions of both
mailscanner and spam assassin will be far better at catching spam/shitty
virus email product, compared to my current versions?
I am trying to guess whether its worth upgrading based purely on version
More information about the MailScanner