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Mon, 27 Sep 2010
[ 21:54:55 ohauer ] Original commit 
postfix-current mail files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. Secure alternative to widely-used Sendmail
 - update postfix-current to Snapshot 2.8-20100923

From RELEASE_NOTES:
Incompatibility with snapshot 20100912
======================================
- If your DNSBL queries have a "secret" in the domain name, you must
  now censor this information from the postscreen(8) SMTP replies.
- The postscreen "continue" action is now called "ignore". The old
  name is still supported but no longer documented.
- The postscreen_hangup_action parameter was removed. Postscreen
  now always behaves as if "postscreen_hangup_action = drop".
- The postscreen_cache_retention_time default was increased from
  1d to 7d, to avoid deleting results from expensive deep SMTP
  protocol tests too quickly.

Incompatibility with snapshot 20100827
======================================
The Postfix SMTP client no longer appends the local domain when
looking up a DNS name without ".".
Specify "smtp_dns_resolver_options=res_defnames" to get the old
behavior, which may produce unexpected results.

Many bugfixes/cleanup and improvements for postscreen.

For detailed information see RELEASE_NOTES, postconf(5) and
postscreen(8) for incompatibilities, features, and configuration
parameters.

PR:             150088
Submitted by:   ohauer
Approved by:    maintainer timeout, glarkin (mentor)

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

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