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2006/01/09 - v4.2.1 (sa-exim.tar.gz or local_scan_only)
Security update (reported by Chris Morris)
    * Modified not to generate tuplets with spaces, although the
      cleaning cron job is now safe with regard to whitespace
    * Included Mark Lawrence's perl script to better clean old tuplets
    * The default config now ships with the greylistclean cronjob running as
      nobody (which spamd should be running as, too)
2005/01/17 - v4.2 (sa-exim.tar.gz or local_scan_only)
Do not use, greylistclean is insecure, use 4.2.1 instead
    * Fixed code so that it compiles inside the exim tree too (thanks Jason)
    * Support SA 3.0 new score reporting format (score= instead of hits=)
    * Proper SA 3.0 plugin support
    * Documentation updates
    * greylisting files now also save the last SA score, just in case
    * Saved files are now group read/write too, if you need to shut off group
      access, do it at the directory level
    * Only rewrite Content-Type/Content-Transfer-Encoding if SARewriteBody is
      on now (this used to be useful with old SA versions and defang_mime but
      those options are gone). Suggested by Adam Tilghman.
    * Finally made all score threshold variables exim conditions that are
      evaluated at runtime
    * SAteergrubecond is deprecated as a result
2004/08/16 - v4.1 (sa-exim.tar.gz or local_scan_only) Please see the mailing
list, or use the CVS version if you are compiling sa-exim inside your exim tree
(there is a small mistake in the source which will prevent proper building) /
You also need CVS if you are using SA 3.0
    * Deal with being called with the number of recipients is 0 (reported by
      John Horne)
    * Made hopefully fully 64 bit clean (well, it was written that way, except
      for that pesky printf in C, which got in the way). Kudos go to Adam D.
      Barratt for finding and explaining the bug
    * Switched to using strchr instead of index to remove compilation warnings
      on some systems (reported by John Horne/Jeff Carter)
    * Added SAspamcHost/SAspamcPort at the request of several people
    * Fixed mbox From file to be standards complaint (reported by Cliff Hones)
    * Added SAFEMESGIDCHARS option for safer message-id based filenames
    * New version of the SA patch, with safe file creation (clean env from and
      rcpt to before using as directory names)
    * IMPORTANT: if you are using greylisting, and applied the previous
      greylisting patch, it didn't create shell safe filenames, it is therefore
      highly recommended that you apply the new version
    * Added a quick patch to sa-exim to deal with headers that are longer than
      8K (and drop the remaining lines)
2004/03/16 - v4.0 (sa-exim.tar.gz or local_scan_only)
    * Added SAspamcpath (from Richard Lithvall)
    * Makefile fixes for version.h and dependencies
    * Added exim acl_m trick from Chirik in README
    * New code to read and pass on any X-Spam- header from SpamAssassin
    * Message-Id is now logged in SA log entries to allow you track down a
      message in other logfiles, like SA's log
    * Add X-SA-Exim-Connect-IP header for greylisting
    * Allow for tempreject on messages not flagged as spam by SA (for
    * Added greylisting support (see README.greylisting)
    * Added the following options to sa-exim.conf:
          o SAspamcSockPath
          o SAgreylistiswhitestr
          o SAgreylistraisetempreject
    * Lots of documentation fixes and updates
    * Basic debian tree shipped by default (but real deb package from Sander
2003/08/18 - v3.1 (sa-exim_tar.gz or local_scan_only)
    * Fixed SA: Action: teergrubed sender until full configured duration output
    * spamassassin.conf was renamed sa-exim.conf (bad initial name choice)
    * Changed teergrubing so that it works with exim 4.20 and above
    * Added the much requested SARewriteBody option for SA 2.50's report_safe
      (courtesy of Richard Lithvall)
    * Added SAaddSAEheaderBeforeSA to deal with SARewriteBody and privacy
    * Added SAPrependArchiveWithFrom option (Richard Lithvall)
    * As announced in the previous version, SAStallSender was removed. Use
      Teergrubing instead
    * Message-Id is read directly from Exim now that the API allows for that
      (we used to parse the Message-Id header ourselves) -> except that we
      don't use this for logging or saving messages: as soon as we can read the
      real Message-Id from the headers, we use that Message-Id for logging
      (this is to facilitate tracking of messages from the logs and correlating
      with something like SA timelog files)
    * Logging improved some more: Message-Id is added to log entries, as well
      as the full mailinfo whether the message is spam or not
2003/04/30 - v3.0 (sa-exim_tar.gz or local_scan_only)
    * Makefile can generate a short sa-exim.conf (for Brian Kendig)
    * Added a contrib directory with 3rd party scripts
    * Since we already had X-SA-Exim-Rcpt-To: to show the envelope to (disabled
      by default), I added X-SA-Exim-Mail-From: to show the envelope from
      (always enabled, but you can delete it in system_filter if you wish). If
      you can't easily see or parse the envelope sender in your mails, this
      should definitely help
    * Much improved directory creation and error handling for the reject save
    * Added SIGCHLD patch from David Woodhouse
    * Added version header that looks like this: X-SA-Exim-Version: 2.2.x-cvs
      (built Tue Apr 22 10:28:25 PDT 2003)
    * Rewrote pretty much every log message to be more consistent and grepable
      (the previous ones were quite bad). Suggested by multiple people
      including Brian Kendig
    * Made the SMTP error messages finally configurable (suggested by several
      people). This is now possible since exim lets me output a different
      message in the log than in the SMTP session. Consequently, new default
      messages do not show the spam score, this only goes to the exim now.
    * Made SAmaxrcptlistlength and option to control how long of a X-SA-Exim-
      Rcpt-To header you can output if you want to output it at all
    * Do not output "savemail condition expanded to false" if not in debug mode
      (as reported by Brian Kendig)
    * Now ships with a sample local_scan.h if we can't find the exim source
    * Change of logic to delete SA headers that were in the original mail but
      weren't outputted by the SA run (like X-Spam-Flag, as reported by Chad
    * Modified local_scan dlopen patch to deal with updates to the exim
      local_scan API
    * The default location for spamasassin.conf was changed to /etc/exim4
      (debian default)
    * Updated README and INSTALL
    * Updated localscan_dlopen.patch to deal with minor/major version numbers
    * Added X-SA-Exim-Version
2002/10/28 - v2.2 (sa-exim_tar.gz or local_scan_only)
    * Fixed a bug that affected all mails bigger than what spamc would accept.
      Doh! (it not clear why, but spamc would hang and stop reading after it
      had been fed more than it was willing to accept)
    * Added more debugging code to help track the above problem
    * Depending on SATruncBodyCond will now either not pass a message that's
      too big to spamc, or will optionally truncate it first
    * Now strips any X-SA-Exim-* headers already present in the message before
      scanning it
    * Added new X-SA-Exim-Rcpt-To: header (see privacy section in README) after
      a suggestion from Brian Kendig
    * Teergrube is now spelled correctly (note that the option names in sa-
      exim.conf changed as a result)
    * Teergrubing has been re-implemented to detect that the other side went
      away so that exim doesn't stay around for nothing.
    * Added SAteergrubecond so that you don't teergrube your neighbours
    * Small cleanups
2002/10/13 - v2.1 (buggy) (sa-exim_tar.gz or local_scan_only)
    * Default mail config is now in /etc/exim instead of /etc/mail
    * Fixed SAstallsender so that exim doesn't leave spool files behind
    * Fixed comparison for spam values as suggested by Patrice Fournier
    * Returned a header saying whether SA-Exim was able to scan the mail or not
      (based on a suggestion from Patrice Fournier)
    * Added support for teergrubing as suggested by Robert Strickler (see http:
    * We now make sure that we feed spamc a little more data than it's willing
      to accept. That way, we don't feed a truncated message
    * sa-exim.conf now appends /new on save directories so that they are valid
      maildir spool and you can run mutt -f dirname to read
    * Small cleanups
2002/07/07 - v2.0.1 (sa-exim_tar.gz or local_scan_only)
    * Removed unneeded ## concatenation in macro
    * Fixed lseek call, as reported by Peter N Lewis
    * Improved Makefile for documentation
    * Suggestion from dman to allow for config options overrides in Makefile
    * Fixed all the compiler warnings that were fixable
    * Handle more kinds of Message-Id as suggested by Patrice Fournier
2002/06/14 - v2.0 (sa-exim_tar.gz or local_scan_only)
    * Allow for stalling SMTP sessions from spammers (caution)
    * Support X-Spam-Status from SA pre 2.30
    * Build patches from Norm>
    * Documented that spamd shouldn't be run with -c
    * dman's patch to allow for this to be a shared library
    * dman's indirect request for saved files to be 660
This is how 1.0 would have been if I had done it right :-)
    * We now attempt to create directories we write to (suggestion from Patrice
    * Log envelope sender, recipients and connecting host on rejected messages
      (suggestion from Patrice Fournier)
    * We can now save non rejected messages whether they were flagged as spam
      or not (based on request from Patrice)
    * Each save rule now has its own condition that lets you decide which
      messages you want to save or not
    * Fixed parsing of Message-Id. May not parse all of them but won't do
      anything stupid with bad input
    * Fixed a buglet where we removed old headers before knowing whether they
      were going to be replaced.
    * Added much needed internal alarm so that we don't run too long
    * I added lots of options, but weren't able to test all of them and their
      combinations, please reports problems you may notice and documentation
      issues (in config file)
    * Thanks also go to dman for his plentiful feedback
    * We now close the files we create on disk. Duh!
    * SA options are now kept in memory. Small cleanups
    * v1.2 (unreleased) didn't work right: it tagged messages properly, but
      failed to see what was marked as spam and couldn't reject messages.
    * Stripped newlines in header lines (better for logging)
    * fixed header_add bug if headers contained '%'
2002/05/12_-_v1.2 (unreleased)
    * According to Craig R Hughes, any X-Spam header can be multiline. Let's
      parse them accordingly
    * Added fake envelope from to mails that we save on disk so that they can
      be opened with MUAs (idea from dman)
    * Cleaned up and fixed multiline header parsing
    * Added parsing of Subject back from Spamc (suggestion from dman)
    * We now log how long spamc took, and all messages processed by spamc get
      logged in mainlog so that we know the outcome
    * Added custom header compare function to handle mixed case headers
    * Fixed problems with reading Content-Type back from spamc (we used to read
      whole body too, ooops...)
    * Handle multi-line Content-Type headers.
    * All log entries now start with "SA: "
    * If SA gets run twice, we drop the previous X-Spam headers
    * Support for X-Spam-Prev-Content-Transfer-Encoding
    * *Many* changes. This is now a real program with hopefully most of the
      configuration options people could need
    * Fully configurable through external config file
    * Condition to run or not run SA against a message
    * 3 Levels of spam handling
    * Option to save messages that are rejected or cause errors
    * Very complete error checking
    * Added a few checks for possible failures
    * Pre-release
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