* Fri Mar 27 2015 email@example.com
- Update to version 3.4
* t-prot, t-prot.1: Make documentation match Getopt::Long syntax:
e.g. -c=1 is not supported, use -c1 instead.
- Changes from version 3.3
* t-prot: Removed trailing whitespace.
* t-prot: Small speedup: Run --pgp-short specific code only with
* t-prot: Fixed a bug with -Mmutt and pgp signed and encrypted
- Changes from version 3.2
* t-prot: Make bigq work when MS Tofu is detected with no text
above the quote, as with ZimbraWebClient.
* t-prot.1: Fix spelling error.
* t-prot.1: Update date string.
- Changes from version 3.1
* t-prot, t-prot.1: Support mutt-kz
(https://github.com/karelzak/mutt-kz) using -Mmutt-kz.
* t-prot: Unicode fix for MS Outlook.
- Use download Url as source
* Wed Feb 26 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org
- fix requires and install section
* Tue Jan 14 2014 email@example.com
- update to 3.0
* t-prot: Umlauts always are so wrong. Hopefully Outlook mails in
German are handled fine now.
* t-prot.1: Make clear that --pgp-move and --pgp-move-vrf also work
on SSL output.
* t-prot: Coding style cleanup in pgp().
* t-prot: Fix detection of unified diffs in the message body when
* t-prot.1: Update year.
* contrib/t-prot.sl: Reflect transition to slang2 in comments.
* contrib/t-prot.sl: Drop support for slang-1, default to slang-2.
* t-prot, contrib/muttrc.t-prot: Drop support for mutt-1.4. Default
to mutt-1.5.x strings.
* t-prot: Fix eYou Webmail Tofu.
* t-prot: Fix text/plain content-type detection with several user
* Tue Mar 27 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org
- license update: BSD-4-Clause
BSD with advertising - use SPDX format
* Mon Nov 01 2010 email@example.com
- update to 2.101
* t-prot: Add line to make -m filter Lotus Domino Webserver
* t-prot: Use uniform syntax notation for parameters in command
* t-prot, t-prot.1: New command line option --fixind to fix broken
quoting (regarding to RFC 3676).
* Fri Apr 09 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
- update to 2.98
* Clarify --lax-security description.
* Use descriptive temp variable names when parsing command line.
* Mon Mar 15 2010 email@example.com
- update to 2.97.1
* Mention configuration files for Heirloom mailx and
metamail. Avoid false impression with --lax-security.
* Another Typo.
* Fix spelling error. Thanks to Gerfried Fuchs!
* Standard diff(1) output now is protected by --diff, too.
* Fri Mar 05 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
- update to 2.96
* Man page update.
* Several small fixes and cleanups.
* Thu Mar 04 2010 email@example.com
- update to 2.95
* Use Getopt::Long.
* The command line option -c now accepts an optional parameter
specifying the number of empty lines to remain. Thanks to Simon
* Fri Feb 19 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
- update to 2.15
* Fine-tune some regex.
* Fix merging of multiple blank lines within pgp output
* Add --reply and --sani for fixing annoying headers. Add
documentation for both. Many thanks to Matthias Kilian and
Martin Neitzel for suggesting and providing some script invoked
by procmail rules.
* Code cleanup for --pgp-short. Should get better performance now.
* By now, --bigq is pretty much standard and
extremely well-tested, so we include it into default configuration.
* Mon Feb 01 2010 email@example.com
- update to 2.13
* Fix long standig false positive for mutt<1.5.18 with
Microsoft TOFU inside a PGP signed message and no lines above the
full quote (indicating a forwarded message rather than a lazy full
quote). Thanks to Gerfried Fuchs.
* Fix newline stripping for locales.
* Tue Jan 19 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
- update to 2.12
* Exit with exit status EX_OK when --max-lines
hits and -Mmutt is set (mutt is picky when a display_filter
fails). Provide a notification line in that case. Update man page.
* Tue Jan 05 2010 email@example.com
- Update to 2.11
* contrib/filter_innd.pl: Command line default has changed, check
flags must be set now.
* Fix initialization and command line parsing for
- -check (this should work as advertised now). Make the ratio check
code a little easier to read. Add the default value for the ratio
check to the man page.
* Do not check for message length in attachments (we
checked already for the entire message). Do exit with proper exit
code if message is longer than set in --max-lines (so scripts can
see if we gave up processing).
* Change check order and remove duplicated code for
* Fix a typo, thanks to Michael Hunger. Tweak the MS-TOFU
pattern, thanks to Simon Ruderich.
* Thu Oct 18 2007 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to 2.5 which officially incorporates the Groupwise
* Hide TOFU produced by Novell Groupwise.
* Wed Sep 05 2007 email@example.com
- Incorporate upstream patch that adds filtering groupwise
- Add an entry for --groupwise to the man page.
* Mon Mar 12 2007 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to 2.4. Changes since 1.99:
- Add feature to skip processing very large messages.
- Fix formatting for better reading.
- Add string to detect gmx.de's M$ style TOFU.
- More tolerant handling of signatures -- trailing newlines
are no longer counted as signature lines, thus fixing some
mailing list software behaviour.
- Detected MS TOFU hidden in MIME attachments.
- The case-sensitivity of the Content-Type: header (vs.
Content-type:) seems not to be absolutely clear. RFC 1049
should be obsoleted by RFCs 2045-2049 by now, but to be
sure, we will accept both strings.
- More regex fixes.
- Many fixes to many regexes, fixing performance issues und
readability. Some were entirely replaced by faster means.
- We must not forget to remove ad and mailing list footers
within the first MIME/Multipart attachment when processing
raw messages (lacking -M).
- Mailing list footers (and probably ad footers) were not
detected when processing raw MIME/Multipart messages: We
have to look at the very end of the message, not only at
the end of the first attachment. Fix this by calling
remove_footers() before dealing with raw multipart
- Fix spelling and grammar.
- Add section about performance issues.
- Add section about exit status.
- LICENSE CHANGE! it is the Right Thing to simply switch
to a BSD license (slightly modified, as there is no binary
code in t-prot).
- RFC 822 is no longer important. RFC 2822 should
- Add some clarifications and missing details.
- Add --body to make sure we are not looking for
any headers when there are none in the input.
- Use S-Lang calls popen(), fputs(), and remove() instead of
system() and pipe_article() to reduce flickering (and for
- Mention mimedecode as filter for Quoted Printable.
- Change key bindings: ESC-0 and ESC-1 are prefixes for
other commands, so we should not overwrite those.
- Make sure users get a hint if they look why t-prot.sl does
not work on their system (just as I did and wondered what
- We don't submit any headers, so use --body. Use unlink()
instead of system(). Mention the temp file problem.
* Fri Feb 09 2007 email@example.com
- build as nonroot.
* Wed Jan 25 2006 firstname.lastname@example.org
- converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires
* Tue Mar 29 2005 email@example.com
- Update to 1.99
* Mon Jan 10 2005 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to 1.48.1