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non port: head/mail/assp/files/assp.sh.in
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Number of commits found: 4

Tue, 18 Jul 2006
[ 03:08 rafan ] Original commit 
1.6 mail/assp/Makefile
1.5 mail/assp/distinfo
1.3 mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/assp.in
1.4 mail/assp/files/assp.sh.in
1.2 mail/assp/files/assplog.8.in
1.3 mail/assp/files/patch-assp.pl
1.2 mail/assp/files/patch-stats.sh
1.2 mail/assp/files/pkg-install.in
1.3 mail/assp/pkg-plist
- Update to 1.2.2
- Use new style rc script name (no .sh suffix)
- Add more OPTIONS

PR:             ports/100233
Submitted by:   maintainer
Mon, 20 Feb 2006
[ 20:47 dougb ] Original commit 
1.2 audio/autocd/files/autocd.sh
1.5 audio/daapd/files/daapd.sh
1.2 audio/gnump3d/files/gnump3d.sh.in
1.3 audio/icecast2/files/icecast2.sh.in
1.2 audio/musicpd/files/musicpd.sh
1.4 audio/shoutcast/files/shoutcast.sh.in
1.6 audio/slimserver/files/slimserver.sh.in
1.2 comms/ltmdm/files/ltmdm.sh.in
1.2 comms/smstools/files/patch-bin_sms
1.2 comms/vpb-driver/files/vpb.sh.in

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Remove the FreeBSD KEYWORD from all rc.d scripts where it appears.
We have not checked for this KEYWORD for a long time now, so this
is a complete noop, and thus no PORTREVISION bump. Removing it at
this point is mostly for pedantic reasons, and partly to avoid
perpetuating this anachronism by copy and paste to future scripts.
Fri, 24 Jun 2005
[ 06:24 sem ] Original commit 
1.2 mail/assp/Makefile
1.2 mail/assp/distinfo
1.2 mail/assp/files/assp.sh.in
- Update to 1.1.1.b13

PR:             ports/82538
Submitted by:   maintainer
Sat, 28 May 2005
[ 09:56 jylefort ] Original commit 
1.656 mail/Makefile
1.1 mail/assp/Makefile
1.1 mail/assp/distinfo
1.1 mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/assp.sh.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/assplog.8.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/patch-assp.pl
1.1 mail/assp/files/patch-stats.sh
1.1 mail/assp/files/periodic-assp.sh.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/pkg-install.in

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Add assp.

Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy is a spam filter that sits on port 25 in front of your
regular SMTP server (sendmail, postfix, qmail, etc).

ASSP performs a number of configurable spam checks, and on detecting a spam
message, provides an immediate 5xx SMTP error code back to the client.
Non-spam messages are passed to your regular SMTP server for further
processing and delivery.

ASSP offers:
        - a whitelist of known good senders
        - Bayesian checks on message headers and contents
        - recipient address validation using LDAP and RFC822 conformance
        - relay denial
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