Release Notes: A copy and paste error that caused BrokenUIDLPOP3SSLRetriever to default to port 110 was fixed.
Release Notes: BrokenUIDLPOP3SSLRetriever was added as the SSL version of BrokenUIDLPOP3Retriever. It is based on an idea by a user of the Debian package.
Release Notes: The deprecated "strict" argument was removed from the message/header parsing calls to eliminate the warning that resulted when using Python 2.4.
Release Notes: A problem in which getmail could previously record an envelope return path header of "[]" was fixed.
Release Notes: A missing import was fixed.
Release Notes: For multidrop retrievers, the way the envelope recipient header field is parsed has been changed to prevent odd values from being interpreted as multiple addresses when they look like an 822-style address group. This release tries to avoid parsing message bodies in case they're corrupt or invalid.
Release Notes: This release (again) changes handling of deleted messages with a connection that dies and improves housekeeping of old message state files. The inability to send QUIT to POP3 server should be less problematic now.
Release Notes: This release adds an error message for a missing mboxrd file. Handling of a connection that dies vs. deleted messages has been changed.
Release Notes: This release fixes BrokenUIDLPOP3Retriever, which broke when the forget_deleted parameter was added to the retriever's base class.
Release Notes: This release is less conservative about remembering messages as already-seen when unrelated errors occur after successfully delivering them.