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Security Notice
Phishing campain
Version 1.4.15
Security Upgrade
Plugins - SpamAssassin+SQL
Category: Filters & Spam

The SASql SquirrelMail plugin lets users change a pre-defined set of SpamAssassin settings when those settings are stored in a SQL DB rather than a config file. The is very useful in a virtual user setting when the users don't have home directories or access to them.

SUPPORTED SPAMASSASSIN SETTINGS

  • [un]whitelist_from / [un]blacklist_from / whitelist_to
  • required_hits
  • use_terse_report
  • rewrite_subject
  • subject_tag
  • use_dcc
  • use_razor1
  • use_razor2
  • always_add_header
  • ... and many more
Additional settings can be added very easily in sasql_conf.php. See README for details.

Users can train SpamAssassin's Baysian by moving messages to 'Learning' folders. Note: Requires a Perl script to run periodically. (mbox folders are not supported at this time.)




Version 3.2.0
by Randy Smith on Nov 19, 2006
[ sasql-3.2.0.tar.gz tarball (6739 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 1.4; PEAR-DB

Description:
  • Fix a bug when trying to delete preferences
  • Fix a bug that ignores user changes to folder prefixes
  • Add a section to display Bayesian stats
  • Add a section to opt-in/out of policyd greylisting
  • Display spam scores in message view (required SM 1.4.9)
  • Older versions

    Version 3.1.3
    by Randy Smith on Aug 22, 2006
    [ sasql-3.1.3.tar.gz tarball (3567 d/l) Help ]
    Requires: SquirrelMail 1.4.x; PEAR-DB

    Description: Added links to whitelist or blacklist all messages from the domain of the sender.

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