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Wed 09 Jun 2004

Postfix Enabler Beta 4 Released

Category : Technology/PostfixEnablerBeta4.txt

There was a bug with Postfix Enabler Beta whereby the SpamAssassin configuration file (in /etc/mail/spamassassin) was not being read.This has since been fixed and WhiteList settings will now work properly.

Also, I've modified the mail filter script so that Anomy will not try to defang a message that came from a site that has already been known to be WhiteList-ed.

I think the SpamAssassin set-up will now work the way it's meant to be. All those using Postfix Enabler Beta should download and use this latest release.

It took me some time to work these out and I've only just had the time to fix it. Sorry about that and hope people will enjoy the Postfix Enabler experience even more now.

Posted at 11:23AM UTC | permalink

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