Version 2.2.2 - Dec 3, 2008 Using Barracuda Block List (BRBL) to block mail relay from hosts listed in the block list.
Version 2.2.1 - July 24, 2008 SpamAssassin was upgraded to version 3.2.5.
Version 2.2 - June 9, 2008Help users deal with false positives by sending a periodic (weekly) message to users with basic information on the contents of their quarantine. The reminder is stopped by using the Suppress reminders checkbox in My Spam Preferences.
Version 2.1.5 - Apr 14, 2008 SpamAssassin was upgraded to version 3.2.4.
Version 2.1.4 - Oct 1, 2007 SpamAssassin was upgraded from version 3.1.9 to 3.2.3.
Version 2.1.3 - Jun 15, 2007 SpamAssassin was upgraded from version 3.1.8 to 3.1.9. Spam processing of Alumni emails was moved off primary cs email servers.
Version 2.1.2 - Apr 14, 2007 SpamAssassin was changed from version 3.1.7 to 3.1.8 to remove a security hole CVE-2007-0451.
Version 2.1.1 - Jan 16, 2007 Prefix of IP addresses used in comparing e-mail sending host in grey-listing was changed from /32 to /24.
Version 2.1 - Dec 7, 2006 SpamAssassin (the underlying rules engine) changed from version 3.1.3 to version 3.1.7 with additional rules from SARE channels, daily rule updates, and public DCC (Distributed Checksum Clearinghouse) checking enabled.
Version 2.0 - July 5, 2006 Add Grey-Listing, two new quarantine features, and major upgrade of SpamAssassin...
- Three new features, all based on individual SpamBuster preferences:
- Grey-Listing will reject all incoming "new" mail, then accept it if resent within normal resend limits. Most spammers do not bother to check for (or resend) rejected mail. (The operation of grey-listing is actually more complex and subtle.) This is an opt-in feature.
- Auto-discard limits the amount of mail that accumulates in the Spam Quarantine.
- Mass-discard - a convenient way to discard all messages in your quarantine (based on age or score).
- Detection engine upgraded from SA 3.0.4 to 3.1.3 (a major upgrade)
- SpamBuster terminology change from "hits" to "score" (most noticable in the spam tags added to the message headers).
- SpamBuster statistics - by the month, day, and hour. Also, the top sources (and receives) of spam. Archives going back to January 2004.
- All traffic distributed locally via CSE mailing lists is now filtered by SpamBuster, based on individual recipient's SpamBuster preferences.
Version 1.2a - Jun 5, 2005SpamAssassin (the underlying rules engine) changed from version 3.0.2 to version 3.0.4, with numerous bug fixes for SpamAssassin, new rules.
Version 1.2 - Feb 2, 2005SpamAssassin (the underlying rules engine) changed from version 2.63 to version 3.0.2 with network black-list testings disabled on UW addresses.
Version 1.1a - Jan 4, 2005Bayesian Classifier temporarily disabled (due to corrupt database).
Version 1.1 - Nov 13, 2003Add two new features:
- good & bad lists,
- filtering for non-English messages,
which are individually controlled through User Preferences.
Make the exception handling for mail originating within the College of Engineering (engr.washington.edu) be controlled through users' good lists, rather than hard-coded in SpamBuster.
Version 1.0 - Apr, 2003Handles multiple-recipient mail properly, for most cases (exceptions are legacy mailing lists still handled through alias on June or in /cse/mailinglists).
Changes the scope of mail that is not scanned to include mail originating within engr.washington.edu (and CSE).
Version 0.9 (Beta) - Mar 18, 2003Initial release.
Multiple-recipient mail scanned and scored, but not filtered or treated based on individual user preferences.