G-Lock SpamCombat History
Version history for G-Lock SpamCombat shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Nov 16, 2004) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 3.0 updated on Apr 27, 2011
Available as FREEWARE. No paid version anymore. Added: ability to retrieve the whole message from the server. See Settings -> General.
v 2.65 updated on Aug 03, 2006
Fixed: "S5 NO UID FETCH Too many arguments" error when checking AOL accounts. Fixed: casual error on opening the Deleted Items folder.
v 2.61 updated on Mar 17, 2006
version 2.61 build 560 Fixed: the message source was transmitted empty to the Complex Filter. Fixed: Delete function in the Complex Filter.
v 2.60 updated on Oct 13, 2005
version 2.60 build 550 Added: "Enable extended hint in system tray" option in the General settings. Fixed: Whitelist/Blacklist don't allow adding a blank line, which would catch all the messages. Changed: the program remembers the message number, from which it starts processing the emails. See the "Start processing from xx message" option in the Advanced account settings.
v 2.55 updated on Aug 18, 2005
version 2.55 build 530 Added: "Ask confirmation when deleting emails from trash folder" option in the General settings. Fixed: the program hung on the emails with incorrect HTML formatting. Fixed: erratic behaviour of the cursor in the Deleted Items folder - when deleting emails the cursor jumped at a random message. Now it moves to the next email in the list.
v 2.50 updated on Jun 24, 2005
version 2.50 build 500 Added: ability to process emails from the accounts, which support SSL (Secure connection). Some improvements in the program's engine.
v 2.33 updated on Dec 24, 2004
version 2.33 build 465 Fixed: the Whitelist and Blacklist screens were not properly displayed with the 120DPI system font. Improved the Bayesian filter. The process of re-classifying emails goes much more faster now.
v 2.31 updated on Nov 16, 2004
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