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Sun, 26 Dec 2004
[ 10:26:15 thierry ] Original commit 
imp mail  Deleted files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. Webmail system for IMAP/POP3 mailboxes
Upgrade to 4.0.

The major changes compared to the IMP 3.x versions are:
        * Much improved message format support through Horde's rewritten MIME
        * Many, many additional and improved mime viewers for attachments.
        * Encrypting, signing, decrypting and verifying of signed and encrypted
          messages (PGP/GPG and S/MIME).
        * Message filters moved to a separate application (Ingo) to support more
          filter backends and a more robust/comprehensive/easy-to-use UI.
        * Full charset support in folders, mailbox, message and compose views.
        * Mail folders in the left menu.
        * Experimental support for virtual folders.
        * Preview of attachments in compose view.
        * Send attachments as links.
        * Option to not save attachments with sent mail.
        * Navigation through message and mailbox views with arrow keys.
        * View all messages of a thread.
        * HTML message composition with a cross-browser WYSIWIG editor.
        * Fetching mails from other email accounts to view with IMP.
        * Message previews in mailbox view.
        * Prevent message loss during compositon due to session timeouts.
        * Management of shared IMAP folders.
        * Priority settings for composed messages.
        * User management for supported IMAP servers.
        * Integrated quota support.
        * Support for mailing list headers.
        * Ability to forward multiple messages at once.
        * Downloading of all attachments from a message as a single ZIP file.
        * Stripping individual attachments from messages.
        * Alias and "tied to" addresses in user identities.
        * Authentication with Horde credentials.
        * Graphical emoticons and country flags in message view.
        * Various caching improvements to drastically minimize duplicate IMAP
          server->web server traffic.

This is a resurrection of the previous mail/imp, upgraded from mail/imp3.

PR:             ports/75434
Submitted by:   /me

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import 1.18 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/Makefile
import 1.5 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/distinfo
import 1.1 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/files/httpd.conf.imp
import 1.1 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/files/patch-ab
import 1.1 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/files/patch-ac
import 1.1 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/files/patch-config::conf.xml
import 1.1 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/files/
import 1.3 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/pkg-deinstall
import 1.5 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/pkg-descr
import 1.5 View revision /ports/head/mail/imp/pkg-plist
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