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dbmail-devel mail  Deleted files touched by this commit An SQL database-based mail system (POP3 and IMAP)
New port: mail/dbmail21 -current branch of DBMail

        Dbmail is the name of a group of programs that enable the possiblilty
        of storing and retrieving mail messages from a database (currently
        MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite).

        What are the advantages?

            * Scalability.
              Dbmail is as scalable as the database that is used for the
              mail storage.
            * Manageability.
              Dbmail is based upon a database. Dbmail can be managed by
              changing settings in the database (f.e. using PHP/Perl/SQL).
            * Speed.
              Dbmail uses very efficient, database specific queries for
              retrieving mail information. This is much faster then parsing
              a filesystem.
            * Security.
              Dbmail has got nothing to do with the filesystem or interaction
              with other programs in the Unix environment which need special
              permissions.  Dbmail is as secure as the database it's based
            * Flexibility.
              Changes on a Dbmail system (adding of users, changing passwords
              etc.) are effective immediately.


PR:             ports/101356
Submitted by:   Mark Starovoytov <>

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

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