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Tue, 9 Oct 2007
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vpopmail mail files touched by this commit Easy virtual domain and authentication package for use with qmail
Update vpopmail to 5.4.20 after a long delay, mostly due to wondering
how to handle the database upgrade and the SpamAssassin patch partial
integration.

There are several important changes that may affect your vpopmail
installation and may need you to handle manually:

- THE MYSQL CONNECTION INFORMATION IS NO LONGER DEFINED AT COMPILE-TIME!
  The WITH_MYSQL_{USER,PASSWD,SERVER,DB} variables should NOT be defined
  when you build the port; place that information in the vpopmail.mysql
  file after vpopmail has been installed!
- the default domain is also no longer defined at compile time - you need
  to place it in the defaultdomain file after the installation.
- the defaultdomain and vpopmail.mysql files are no longer blindly removed
  on deinstallation, they are only removed if they have not been modified
- in vpopmail 5.4.18, the database schema was changed - some fields were
  extended from 64 to 96 characters.  If you do not apply those changes
  to your database, as explained in the vpopmail/doc/UPGRADE file, your
  vpopmail installation may silently fail or lose the trailing portions
  of domain names and usernames.
- in vpopmail 5.4.19, the upstream authors integrated large parts of
  Alex Dupre's SpamAssassin support, without the SPAM_THRESHOLD part.
  If you use vpopmail along with the SpamAssassin FreeBSD port support,
  take extra care to ensure that your installation still processes
  e-mail messages in the same way.
- vpopmail 5.4.19 added support for maildrop as a mail delivery agent.
  This is available in the FreeBSD port if WITH_MAILDROP is defined.
  There is also a new user-limit flag for maildrop delivery.
- vpopmail 5.4.19 added support for MySQL connections via Unix sockets
  instead of TCP sockets to the server.  To do that, change the second
  value (the port number) in vpopmail.mysql to the full pathname of
  the MySQL socket (e.g. /tmp/mysql.sock).
- vpopmail 5.4.20 extended the LDAP support; please see README.ldap for
  more information, and specify the LDAP connection information in
  the vpopmail/etc/vpopmail.ldap file after the installation.

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