ANNOUNCE: Unstable 4.26.5 released
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Fri Jan 23 21:06:33 GMT 2004
At 20:39 23/01/2004, you wrote:
>Can 'disarm' be used instead of 'striphtml' in spam.actions.rules?
No, it's just a possible way of getting rid of particular HTML tags (and
it's not 100% effective either, as there are plenty of ways around it).
>I assume the effect of 'disarm' is to neuter any potentially dangerous
>html tags & actions, while leaving formatting alone?
Correct, as far as it can be done.
>Also, any thoughts on making 'notify' work in a daily digest fashion?
I don't like the idea of having to implement daily digests, it is a lot of
work to do properly, and mailing list managers do it quite nicely already.
>Julian Field wrote:
>>I have just release the latest beta version. It should be okay, but be very
>>careful with the new automatic bayes rebuilding feature.
>>The main new changes are these:
>>- Added "notify" Spam Action and High Scoring Spam Action. This will
>> short text notification message to be sent to the recipients of the spam
>> message. The filename of the report is set with the "Recipient Spam
>> configuration setting. There is also an MCP equivalent of this
>> functionality. See the MCP documentation for details of the settings.
>>- Added regular rebuild of Bayes database.
>>- Added "Rebuild Bayes Every" and "Wait During Bayes Rebuild" options to
>> configure the operation of the regular Bayes database rebuilds.
>>- Added "Log Non Spam" option to allow logging of all non-spam, which
>> coerced into logging SpamAssassin scores of non-spam mail.
>>- Removed the "bounce" spam action.
>>There are other changes as well, of course. Those above are the interesting
>>recent ones. See the
>>for more details.
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