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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Tue, 13 Jan 2004
[ 09:14:24 edwin ] Original commit 
squirrelmail mail files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. Webmail system which accesses mail over IMAP
mail/squirrelmail - Port Docs in wrong location

        Installation of mail/squirrelmail places the ports documentation
        in PREFIX/squirrelmail, and you are not able to not install
        the documentation with NOPORTDOCS.

    - installs all documentation to the DOCSDIR directory
     - fixes security of the port by moving the attachment
       and user preferences out of the web servers document
       root (moves default data_dir & attachment_dir from
       SQUIRRELDIR/data to sub-directorys under
       /var/spool/squirrelmail) as recommended on the
       SquirrelMail web site.
     - adds a periodic/daily script to clean the attachment
       directory of abandoned files (disabled by default)
     - location of squirrelmail can be set by either defining
       SQUIRRELDIR or WITHOUT_WWWDIR when patching and installing
       the port.
     - BENTO FIX: The /var/spool/squirrelmail directory is
       created by pkg-install, but it wasn't being uninstalled.
       Connditionalized the creation of this directory depending
       on how the BATCH variable is set. A message in pkg-deinstall
       advises the port user to remove it if no longer needed.

PR:             ports/50840
Submitted by:   Scot W. Hetzel <hetzels@westbend.net>
Approved by:    Maintainer timeout

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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