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Number of commits found: 5

Sat, 12 Dec 2015
[ 16:47 adamw ] Original commit 
403608 mail/dovecot2-antispam-plugin/Makefile
403608 mail/dovecot2-pigeonhole/Makefile
403608 mail/dovecot2/Makefile
403608 mail/dovecot2/distinfo
403608 mail/dovecot2/files/patch-src_plugins_fts_decode2text.sh
403608 mail/dovecot2/files/pkg-message.in
Update dovecot2 to 2.2.21, and bump PORTREVISION in consumers.

While here, fix up some paths in the decode2text plugin, and add a note
to pkg-message about how to make it work. [1]

Changes:
 - doveadm mailbox list (and some others) were broken in v2.2.20
 - director: Fixed making backend changes when running with only a
   single director server.
 - virtual plugin: Fixed crash when trying to open nonexistent
   autocreated backend mailbox.

PR:		205231 [1]
Submitted by:	andrej@ebert.su
Tue, 24 Mar 2015
[ 17:38 adamw ] Original commit 
382128 mail/dovecot2/Makefile
382128 mail/dovecot2/files/pkg-message.in
382128 mail/dovecot2/pkg-plist
Move the sample configuration files into ETCDIR.

After talking more with Rozhuk Ivan (submitter of 198792, see r381930),
the sample configuration files don't belong in DOCSDIR, and they really
don't belong underneath an OPTION that many people have disabled by
default.

I still don't think that they're good candidates for @sample, but they
make more sense living in ETCDIR.

While here, shuffle around a few other docs/examples files.

PORTREVISION bump for the plist changes.

PR:		198792
Submitted by:	Rozhuk Ivan
Sun, 22 Mar 2015
[ 15:36 adamw ] Original commit 
381930 mail/dovecot2/files/pkg-message.in
Do a better job of explaining where the default configuration files
come from. Not bumping PORTREVISION as this change will only benefit
people who don't already have dovecot installed.

PR:		198792
Tue, 29 Nov 2011
[ 13:53 olgeni ] Original commit 
1.2 mail/dovecot2/files/pkg-message.in
Fix typo in pkg-message.

Feature safe:   yes
Sat, 27 Nov 2010
[ 05:53 glewis ] Original commit 
1.115 GIDs
1.128 UIDs
1.1044 mail/Makefile
1.1 mail/dovecot2/Makefile
1.1 mail/dovecot2/distinfo
1.1 mail/dovecot2/files/dovecot.sh.in
1.1 mail/dovecot2/files/pkg-deinstall.in
1.1 mail/dovecot2/files/pkg-install.in
1.1 mail/dovecot2/files/pkg-message.in
1.1 mail/dovecot2/pkg-descr

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. Add a port of the 2.x series of Dovecot:

Dovecot is a secure and compact IMAP server which is in the early stages
of development. It supports Maildirs and mbox formats and much of the
IMAP v4 protocol including SSL/TLS. IPv6 support is also included.
Dovecot supports authentication with OpenLDAP, PostgreSQL, MySQL, vpopmail
and PAM.

WWW: http://www.dovecot.org/

PR:             150789
Submitted by:   "Nagy, Attila" <bra@fsn.hu>

Number of commits found: 5

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