Whitelisting a domain

Following a suggestion on the wiki, the spam checking now treats an entry in your address book of the form *@domain.com as a wildcard, and any whitelisting will then apply to all addresses at that domain (but not subdomains).

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New Spam Assassin rules added

We’ve added some new rule sets to our spam filters. This should improve spam detection for Full/Enhanced users that have it enabled. More details on this forum thread:

http://www.emailaddresses.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=32699

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Selection of minor updates

Production:
1. When using an addresses from the address book with an email address, but no first/last name, it was being added as <emailaddr@domain.tld> to the To/Cc/Bcc field. When there’s just an email address, you don’t need the <…> characters, now removed
2. The groups list on the address book screen is now sorted alphabetically (case insensitve and really ASCII-betically)
3. Try to add ONLY an email address to a new address book entry would fail, now fixed
4. Somehow there was a long standing bug that once an email was “selected” on the mailbox screen, you could not unselect it without moving it to another folder and back. Fixed now

Beta:
1. On the mailbox screen and address book screen, if there are multiple pages, it would show:

|< << [[ page list ]] [ Go ] >> >|

On modern JS enabled browsers, changing to a different page from the page list, would automatically click the [ Go ] button, so it’s a bit confusing that the button is actually there when you don’t need to click it. It’s now hidden. This should happen in a couple more places in the interface, but I’ll get around to them.

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