[k9] K9 version 1.19 released

  • From: Robin Keir <robin@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: "k9@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <k9@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Dec 2003 13:27:44 -0800

K9 version 1.19 has been released (Dec 24th 2003).

Bug fixes and changes:

- Fixed bug in APOP handling (again!).
- Added more information to the statistics page.
- Added support for regular expressions to the whitelist/blacklist.
- Added regular expression tester to the Advanced page.
- Added "Header" and "Body" whitelist/blacklist options to the right-click list 


The major addition to this version is support for regular expressions
in the whitelist/blacklist files. You can now enter full Perl compatible
regular expressions when using the new "matches" keyword to help identify
pieces of text that would otherwise be impossible with the other simple
rule keywords.

To add support for regular expressions you need to download the free
PCRE package. Full details of how and where to download this and how to
make K9 use it are shown on the page at

Regular expression support is provided by the PCRE library package, which
is open source software, written by Philip Hazel, and copyright by the
University of Cambridge, England.

Information about PCRE can be found at

Source code can be found at


The latest version of K9 can be downloaded directly from the following

   EXE installer version (installer and uninstaller)

   ZIP version (no installer or uninstaller)

You can safely install over any existing copy without losing any

For answers to commonly asked questions visit


Thanks for your support!

All the best.



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