Version 5.3.2 - Build 1769 (2010-01-24) - Production
If hMailServer tries to report statistics to hMailServer.com, and hMailServer.com is not available, the SMTP delivery will stop. Messages will still be queued up so no email will be lost.
When Spamhaus were used, false positive were sometimes reported (under high Spamhaus load?). In the DNS blacklist settings, it's now possible to specify ranges by using -, for example 127.0.0.1-5. It's also possible to specify more than one address by using |, for example 127.0.0.1|127.0.0.25. This makes it possible to specify more granular values than before.
In some cases hMailServer extracts the senders IP address from the Received headers in email when doing anti-spam. If hMailServer was unable to do this extraction, the anti-spam tests were aborted. This has now been changed so that hMailServer still does the anti spam tests, but skips the ones which are dependent on the IP address (DNS black lists and SPF).