Release Notes: This release applies the child fix from b3 to Filter_classifier; this was missed in the update. There is a cosmetic fix for output describing filters and destination objects. Configuration errors in non-multidrop retrievers with multidrop-only destinations has been fixed. This broke when the message attribute interface was cleaned up in alpha 29.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and documentation cleanup as 4.0 approaches release status.
Release Notes: Explicit support for TMDA, plus documentation updates.
Release Notes: Performs environment variable expansion without the shell for convenience, plus documentation updates.
Release Notes: Significant new features of getmail 4 include support for POP3, POP3-over-SSL, IMAP, IMAP-over-SSL, and SPDS single-user and multidrop (domain) mail accounts. Installation is done via a standard Python distutils setup.py script. Built-in support for message filtering, better logging, significant new security features, and better cross-platform compatibility were added. There is also much better documentation and various smaller improvements.
Release Notes: There is a change in error handling to be a little less paranoid; a single error will no longer cause redelivery of all retrieved messages in the next session.
Release Notes: A change was made to allow external command delivery when running on Windows. A typo in the documentation was fixed.
Release Notes: An error handler was added for the situation where a retrieved message's header is corrupted by the presence of leading whitespace in the first header line.
Release Notes: Two diagnostic messages were improved.
Release Notes: This version features a portability workaround to compensate for incompatible changes in underlying Python standard library code.