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Wed, 12 Jun 2002
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vpopmail-stable mail  Deleted files touched by this commit "Easy virtual domain and authentication package for use with qmail"
Create a vpopmail-stable port after a repocopy.  The purpose of this
port is to provide easy access to the 'stable' vpopmail branch
(currently 5.2.x), which, while missing some features, may be considered
safer for deployment on production systems.

The main mail/vpopmail port will shortly be updated to the current
development version - 5.3.6 - which, among other things, reintroduces
APOP support, which was removed earlier in the 5.2 branch, and which the
current stable version - 5.2.1 - does not have.  IMHO, vpopmail-5.3.6 is
stable enough for production use, but since this may not be true for
future development versions, this vpopmail-stable port was created.

Repocopy by:    joe

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