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NAME XMail Change Log as of Version 1. Fixed SMTP explicit routing address parsing. Fixed a bug that binary option indicator v2v XMail incorrectly handle extremely long header line lengths.

Faster shutdown time on Unix systems. Made the temporary directory on Unix, configurable via the “XMAIL_TEMP” environment variable. Fixed a bug that was caused by the SSL code triggering the XMail binding locking code after XMail has already cleanup. Fixed a bug in the SMTP external authentication. Fixed Unix syslog logging facility to consider different logging levels. Changed SMTP HELP response code to 214.

Fixed a bug that happened if a message filter mistakenly remove the message file from under XMail control. Fixed a bug that make XMail to wrongly report virtual memory sizes on 32 bit systems with larger than 4GB VM space. Changed the line termination used to store messages into the mailboxes of Unix versions of XMail. Now messages are stored with the OS native LF termination, instead of the RFC CRLF that was used before. This allows other Unix softwares working together with XMail to not be confused by the extra CR present in the line termination. Avoid to crawl all the USER.