Release Notes: A serious code optimization, changes, and bugfixes have been made. GPGME 0.3.12 or later is now required, in addition to at least version 1.2.0 of GnuPG. The Turkish NLS has also been added.
Release Notes: Anubis has become a GNU project and is now called "GNU Anubis". The GnuTLS library is now supported by default. Some additional changes and fixes have been made.
Release Notes: In this release, WinGate proxy support has been removed. The SOCKS-USERNAME and SOCKS-PASSWORD keywords have been replaced with the SOCKS-AUTH keyword ("socks-auth = USERNAME:PASSWORD").
Release Notes: Support for the ESMTP authentication (CRAM-MD5 and LOGIN) has been added, which is designed for MUAs that cannot speak the ESMTP AUTH command. The "EXTERNAL" section has been replaced with a translation map for remote or local users. A `msg2smtp.pl' tool was added to the `contrib' directory, which is useful for Mutt users that would like to use Anubis.
Release Notes: A lot of changes, improvements, and fixes have been made. Read the documentation before using this new release.
Release Notes: The documentation has been finally finished (it has been rewritten and improved). Optional support for Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) and libwrap (TCP wrappers) has been added. Many important code changes, improvements, and fixes have been made.
Release Notes: New documentation in Texinfo format has been added. Some additional documentation changes have been made. The TUTORIAL and anubis.1 files have been moved to the "doc" directory. The specgen.sh file has been updated.
Release Notes: For security reasons, a new USER-NOTPRIVILEGED keyword has been added. It specifies the user which the server runs as when doing unprivileged operations. Some additional changes and fixes have been made.
Release Notes: Support for an external clients has been added in this release. Now it is possible to allow an external user to use a local run control file, and process outgoing mail. There is a new ALLOW-EXTERNAL-PROCESSING keyword and the "external table" with the following syntax: "external = [user@]address local = username". Some minor changes have been made.
Release Notes: A new rule system style has been introduced. It has been also slightly extended by adding the '!=' (FALSE) control operator. An external message body processor support has been added (there is a new EXTERNAL-BODY-PROCESSOR keyword). The 'BODY-FILE' keyword has been renamed to 'BODY-ATTACH'. A new 'BODY-CLEAR-ATTACH' function has been added. The code has been optimized a bit. Some bugs have been fixed.