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      * Mail processors may now be configured to not run for DNSBL-listed servers or · 729eb16b
      rswindell authored
        SPAM-bait takers by using the mailproc.ini keys ProcessDNSBL and ProcessSPAM
        (default: True) respectively.
      * sockmimetext() (used for sending message text over SMTP and POP3) now handles
        lines longer than 998 characters correctly (doesn't drop any characters).
        We may need to change this function to split at 510 chars for POP3 and/or use
        quoted-printable content-transfer-encoding for messages with long lines.
      * "!SMTP ..." log lines changed to "SMTP ..." for non-terminal SPAM-related log
      * Handle header "field : value" syntax for subject, from, and to field parsing
         for early filtering.
      * Don't tag message (subject and/or header) from DNSBL-listed servers when
         DNSBL_IGNORE option is set.
      * Don't hash message subjects < 10 chars in length (too short for SPAM
      * Support Base64 and Quoted-Printable Content-Transfer-Encodings in SMTP
         message headers (decode and store message body accordingly).
      * Clear mailproc 'to' match results when receiving SMTP MAIL FROM command.
      * Allow SMTP authenticated clients to feed the SPAM database by sending mail
        to one of the spam-bait addresses (the sender won't be added to