Posted on Tuesday, February 21 2006 @ 16:50:04 CET by LSDsmurf
Service configuration files:
New registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareSpamPal for
WindowsSpamPalServiceConfigDirPath can be used to set location of
Service configuration data without affecting instances of SpamPal that
execute as an application.
By default, new service installations now store configuration in
"All UsersApplication DataSpamPal" rather than
"LocalServiceApplication DataSpamPal" - for existing users,
the ServiceConfigDirPath registry key should get set automatically so
your service still finds your old configuration. This should prevent the
service configuration moving between LocalService and NetworkService
folders occaisionally. (Thanks to George Breese for his great diagnosis
of this problem!)
SMTP: On 'Verbose' or 'Extreme' detail level, logfile now records all RCPT
TOs that weren't rejected by SpamPal as well as those that were.
Installer was putting wrong default data in "auto-whitelist
exclusions" options window - fixed.
Auto-whitelist logging had become broken in 1.72i; fixed.
Fixed bug when filtered and unfiltered socket handles were used in the
same WSPSelect call; was notably causing crases in Thunderbird.
System error state was being corrupted when creating socket; fixed.
Was incorrectly trying to process returned fd_sets if WSPSelect
returned an error; could potentially cause crashes. Fixed.
Should no longer crash if you try to terminate the same connection twice.
Played with connection-accepting code in attempt to solve crashes after
Disabled the "deadlock detection" as it frequently gave
Can now use spampal.mc file to include function names in crash
Now built using Microsoft Visual Studio 2003 toolkit
Program Information Category:
Tools and Utilities Type:
Free Version: 1.739 beta Size: 759KB Works on: Windows