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Posted by: Emmanuel Saracco
Date: 2006-06-28 21:44
Summary:wbmclamav 0.7.0 released
Project:wbmclamav

* Dependencies:

- Added "IO::Socket" dependency.
- Added dependencies on 'Getopt::Long', 'IO::File' and 'Net::SMTP' for amavis-inject.

* Configuration:

- wbmclamav now backup all the system files that it will work with. User can restore them at any moment.
- Removed a unused variable.
- Added new update method "Manual update".

* Quarantine section:

- It is now possible to choose to delete/not delete E-Mails after resending them.
- Fixed a problem with SMTP host:port.
- Code cleaning and debugging for mail resend/delete part.
- Task #850 (Quarantine support for Qmail-Scanner) should be ok now.
- Some debugging to avoid piping E-Mail in MTA when calling amavis-inject with '-S' option.
- Now user can indicate sender, recipient an SMTP to use when resending E-mails from quarantine (task #397).

* Viruses database search section:

- Updated link to viruspool.

* Directories check section:

- Some inputs checks and cleaning.

* Other:

- Much better error handling on some command execution.
- Updated uninstall script.
- Fixed a problem's assumption with module name (thanks to Tom Sasbrink).
- Added a "LeaveTemporaryFiles" clamd option.
- Fixed a lot of bugs with BSD systems.
- Fixed a problem with amavis-ng detection.
- We now rely exclusively on Webmin environment PATH variable to find binaries. please, review your Webmin settings.

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