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Wed, 4 Jan 2006
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mailscanner mail files touched by this commit Powerful virus/spam scanning framework for mail gateways
[MAINTAINER] mail/MailScanner: update to 4.49.7

- Update to 4.49.7

        * New Features and Improvements *
        - Speed improvements for sendmail systems by changing the
          way temporary files are handled and how attachments are parsed. This
          should be really noticeable if I've got it right.
          Thanks for the great help of the Vodafone SHARK team.
        - Added speed improvements for Exim.
        - Added speed improvements for Postfix.
        - Now changes the command line listed in `ps` (ie $0) to show what
          MailScanner is doing. Should help diagnose slow system problems.
        - 4 new configuration options, which list patterns against which
filenames
          and filetypes are matched to see if we should allow them or block
them.
          This is implemented for the benefit of web-based configuration systems
for
          MailScanner, it is not really intended for human use as it will
complicate
          the filename/filetype matching unless you understand it. Read the
comments
          in the MailScanner.conf and suggest better explanations!
          "Allow Filenames", "Deny Filenames", "Allow Filetypes", "Deny
Filetypes".
          Note: There are 2 new entries in languages.conf so remember to
                run an upgrade_languages_conf.
        - Upgraded tnef program to 1.3.4.
        - Added message 'actions' property for MailWatch reporting.
        - Custom Function filenames must end in .pm or .pl. Others will be
logged
          and skipped.
        - Various minor speed improvements.

        * Fixes *
        - Changed Postfix code to better support latest revision of Perl.
        - Now stops MailScanner more reliably on SuSE systems.
        - Logging of <img> tags only done if logging HTML tags.
        - Fixed minor array ref problem in Perl 5.8.7 on FreeBSD 6.0 (which is
not
          a public stable release anyway).

PR:             ports/91306
Submitted by:   Jan-Peter Koopmann <j.koopmann@seceidos.de>

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