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Fri, 17 Dec 2004
[ 07:32:45 edwin ] Original commit 
mailscanner mail files touched by this commit Powerful virus/spam scanning framework for mail gateways
[MAINTAINER] mail/MailScanner: update to 4.36.4

        - Update to 4.36.4

        Removed file(s):
        - files/patch-lib:MailScanner:Message.pm

        ChangeLog:

        * New Features and Improvements *
        - Improved URL trimming in phishing net.
        - Various improvements and fixes in phishing net.
        - Added support for RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.
        - Added check for Password-Protected Archives setting when using
clamavmodule.
        - Added support for "fast" parameter to all installation scripts.
          This reduces all waits to 1 second, greatly speeds installation!
        - Improved logging when there are too many attachments.
        - Added message ID to log of phishing attempts.
        - Added autoupdater for Panda.
        - Added %variables% to text and HTML report messages, so the email
"signature"
          added to the end of each report is customised centrally from
          MailScanner.conf. This currently uses %org-long-name% and %web-site%.
        - Added upgrade_languages_conf script to automate upgrading of
          the languages.conf file in whatever translation directory you use.

        * Fixes *
        - Fixed outstanding problem in bitdefender-autoupdate, so that it works
          properly on new installations.
        - Fixed logging problem with phishing net on a few malformed messages.
        - Removed /var/tmp files from MailScanner-MIME-Base64 rpm build.
        - Fixed problem in Vexira parser.
        - Fixed problem where All-Viruses would cause every problem to be
silent.

PR:             ports/75127
Submitted by:   Jan-Peter Koopmann <j.koopmann@seceidos.de>

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