SAproxy Status

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History

Dan McDonald is the father of Pop3proxy (Perl artistic license) that evolved (fullfilling license requirements) to SaProxy. Original Pop3Proxy in http://mcd.perlmonk.org/pop3proxy/

Dan, Johan Lindstrom and DanielQuinlan (Daniel under commission of Stata Labs) evolved Pop3Proxy into the much-improved SAproxy (as per http://article.gmane.org/gmane.mail.spam.spamassassin.general/13810/match=pop3proxy)

SAproxy was under SpamAssassin SourceForge project as an open source project and maintained there for a time, but is now unmaintained. SAproxy can be seen in sourceforge.net CVS. If someone were to take over maintainance, they could release new open source releases at SourceForge or elsewhere.

SAproxy Pro is (was) a commercial derivative of SAproxy released under the Perl Artistic License.

SAproxy major and minor versions and realeases (based on http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/spamassassin/pop3/ )

- pop3proxy.pl at SourceForge

1.0 19 Nov 2002

1.2 23 Nov 2002 (included GUI by Johan)

1.15 26 May 2003

- SAproxy at SourceForge

1.0, including SA 2.44, date unknown

1.1, including SA 2.52, and pop3proxy.pl 1.15, 26 May 2003

1.2, including SA 2.55, and pop3proxy.pl 1.15?, 6 June 2003

SAproxy wraps SpamAssassin and pop3proxy.pl in a Win32 installation and GUI, no Perl installation needed!

Some bits of history: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.mail.spam.spamassassin.general/23054/match=pop3proxy http://article.gmane.org/gmane.mail.spam.spamassassin.general/13810/match=pop3proxy http://article.gmane.org/gmane.mail.spam.spamassassin.general/14020/match=pop3proxy


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