- Update to 4.34.8
Reason for high:
Version 4.34.8 is out now for quite some time. I was on vacation and could not complete the port.
Changelog for 4.34.8:
* New Features and Improvements *
- Added "Bounce Spam As Attachment" and "Bounce MCP As Attachment" options.
These will cause the original message (up to the Max SpamAssassin Size so
it cannot be used for denial-of-service attacks) to be included in the
bounced message as an RFC/822 attachment, which some mail clients can read
very nicely. This lets the original sender see what message got bounced.
- Updated the Qmail support. See opencomputing.sf.net for more info on Qmail.
- Changed default supplied values for a few settings. This will have no effect
on upgraded installations, but will improve resource use for new
installations, such as not quarantining silent viruses which is pretty
much a waste of disk space and i/o load.
- Added POSIX back-compatibility switches to scripts wanting to use "tail".
- Added "Remove These Headers" setting to allow arbitrary headers, such as
delivery receipt requests, to be removed from mail.
- Implemented MCP support for SpamAssassin 3.0.0.
- Published packages for RPM and non-RPM systems to install ClamAV and
- Adapted code to run with MIME-tools 5.412.
- Removed most of the MIME-tools version checks as the new code doesn't
specify versions for its components.
- Added a load more optional modules to the version number list so we get
all the modules required by SpamAssassin 3 and Mail::ClamAV.
- Added MIME-tools 5.413 and MIME-Base64 3.03. You must have these installed.
- Updated Catalan reports.
- Added support for NOD32 2.04.
- Added $longspamreport to sender.spam.sa report.
- Update Trend-autoupdate script so it supports Trend's new opr.ini file.
- Added 4 new MCP options to provide the same subject line modifications as
you can do with spam messages: "MCP Modify Subject", "MCP Subject Text",
"High Scoring MCP Modify Subject", "High Scoring MCP Subject Text".
The defaults are the same as for spam.
- Added a "generic" virus scanner. This enables you to write your own
virus (or other "nasty content") scanner, which produces input which is
read by MailScanner and used to mark certain files as virus-infected.
The spec of what output is required from your scanner is in the
"generic-wrapper" script. It's very simple to use.
- When a child process is HUPped it will now attempt to kill any running
child scanner processes, to avoid problems with uvscan consuming 100% CPU.
- Timeout code added to AntiVir updating script.
- Added a new setting "First Check" so you can control whether the MCP or
the spam checks are done first. It is MCP by default as that is how it has
run in the past, but you may well want to do spam checks first if you
delete most spam.
* Fixes *
- Fixed another Postfix perl buffering error on a few OS's.
- Added remaining MCP definitions to languages.conf files.
- Fixed installation problems with MIME-Base64.
- Fixed bug in Exim.pm where case of MAIL sender wasn't properly preserved.
- Fixed problem causing bitdefender-autoupdate to hang.
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