Release Notes: This release introduces a more general delivery route concept, better configuration defaults, and various cleanups in the code base.
Release Notes: This release fixes a possible security problem in which unwanted privilege changes to the user root could have appeared. Upgrading is strongly recommended.
Release Notes: This release is a fix for a possible security problem. Unwanted privilege changes to the user root could have appeared. Upgrading is strongly recommended.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with folded header lines (see 0.2.29). Besides the fix, the configuration is now more simple and, at the same time, more flexible (address restriction rules, online query, route protocol).
Release Notes: In earlier versions, mail to many recipients may (in unpredictable cases) only have been delivered to the ones on the first line of a folded header. This is fixed now.
Release Notes: Several fixes and improvements. SMTP greeting matches RFC 2821. The postmaster address is matched caselessly. The behavior of address arguments together with -t has been switched from exim's to postfix's. Lists of unqualified addresses in headers with -t are recognized correctly now. Masqmail does not fail anymore when -m is given. The behavior of -oem is corrected. The modal concept of sendmail has been made more explicit. The man page has been improved.
Release Notes: Start of the new development branch. Backward compatibility with 0.2.x versions will not be maintained. Upgrading from 0.2.x to 0.3.x will probably require manual adjustment of the configuration. The script admin/config-transition can be used to check the config files for obsolete options. POP3 and maildir support have been removed. The configuration has been simplified; 'host_name' is the only mandatory config option now. Improved documentation: setup guides have been added and the examples updated.
Release Notes: STARTTLS support was added with external wrappers like OpenSSL. See masqmail.route(5) for details.
Release Notes: Due to possible license problems with contributed code, it has been replaced with alternatives. The MD5 implementation has changed from the reference implementation of RFC 1321 to the public domain implementation of Solar Designer. The HMAC-MD5 implementation has changed from the reference implementation of RFC 2104 to a custom implementation (ISC License).
Release Notes: Minor improvements were made to the build process, documentation, and log messages.