Rspamd 1.4 Comes With Many Spam Filtering Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 21 November 2016 at 12:06 PM EST. 9 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
For those using Rspamd for open-source e-mail spam filtering, the new version 1.4 release is now available as a big, stable feature update.

Rspamd 1.4 is shipping today with Redis pool support, the neural nets plugin has been reworked, the Bayesian statistical classifier has been improved, Rspamd can check messages for viruses, there is a MX validity checker plug-in added, compression support in its protocol via zstd, updates to its Lua API, rules improvements, web UI improvements, and a range of other work.

The anti-virus back-ends supported by the new anti-virus plugin for Rspamd includes ClamAV, Sophos, and F-Prot.

Administrators interested in this big update to Rspamd can find more v1.4 details via Rspamd.com.
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