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Gotmail 0.8.8 Released!

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The Gotmail project, a perl script which downloads mail from without user interaction, released version 0.8.8 today. This is a simple maintenance release with only a few basic bug fixes applied including better dealing with spaces in folder names and extra lines in config files.

While normally the project releases versions with more changes, the development community decided that releasing with some bug fixes is a priority. This is especially true now that the program, Gotmail, already accomplishes its primary goal of "downloading mail from"

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Hard to believe there is anyone out there that uses a Hotmail account for anything other then sending spam.

I've been blocking inbound Hotmail traffic from all my SMTP servers for years as one of my general reduce spam setup measures.

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