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  •  16 Jun 2004 11:11
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    Release Notes: All reported bugs were fixed and the previous limit of 10,000 messages per queue was removed, enabling support for an arbitrary number of messages.

    •  11 Apr 2004 14:18
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      Release Notes: This release adds support for multiple message selection, adopts a list-control driven method for displaying information, updates the preferences window and preference items, enhances log tracking and error reporting, and features minor cosmetic enhancements.

      •  06 Apr 2004 14:24
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        Release Notes: This release fixes problems with pygtk2 and cleans the Debian packaging.

        •  01 Apr 2004 11:41
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          Release Notes: This release added a better method for locating straggling exim binaries as well as making the location configurable.

          •  28 Mar 2004 12:36
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            Release Notes: This version adds a toolbar and 'View' menu to log browsing windows, and cleans up the threading code for better performance.

            •  24 Mar 2004 13:44
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              Release Notes: "String in string" calls were changed into "char in string" calls or into regular expression searches for backwards compatibility with earlier Python versions.

              •  20 Mar 2004 11:23
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                Release Notes: Log files are now searchable, there is better support for non-standard log file locations, the code was cleaned up a little, and steps were made to improve Human Interface Guidelines compliance.

                •  18 Mar 2004 09:10
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