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Number of commits found: 14
Tue, 29 Jul 2014
[ 17:12 adamw ] |
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Rename all patches that contain '::' as a path separator, and use
Sun, 8 Dec 2013
[ 16:58 rea ] |
Exim: update to 4.82
New Stuff since 4.80.1 (ftp://exim.inode.at/exim/ChangeLogs/NewStuff-4.82):
1. New command-line option -bI:sieve will list all supported sieve extensions
of this Exim build on standard output, one per line.
ManageSieve (RFC 5804) providers managing scripts for use by Exim should
query this to establish the correct list to include in the protocol's
SIEVE capability line.
2. If the -n option is combined with the -bP option, then the name of an
emitted option is not output, only the value (if visible to you).
For instance, "exim -n -bP pid_file_path" should just emit a pathname
followed by a newline, and no other text.
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Wed, 18 Aug 2004
[ 16:03 eik ] |
update to exiscan-acl 25
- Added expansion of av_scanner global variable
when it starts with a dollar sign. This is useful
for implementing multiple malware scanners.
- Added support for adding ACL headers at the beginning
and in the "middle" of the message header block.
(This is a preliminary solution, see comment in SPF
section of exiscan-acl-spec).
Wed, 5 May 2004
[ 13:23 eik ] |
update to exim 4.33 + exiscan 20
Mon, 12 Jan 2004
[ 10:56 sheldonh ] |
1) Fix build for the WITHOUT_ALT_CONFIG_PREFIX case.
2) Allow the operator to override exim user and group with EXIM_USER and
EXIM_GROUP. This was made possible by the introduction of runtime
resolution of the exim_user UID and the exim_group GID, new in
Reported by: Phil Pennock <email@example.com>
Fri, 13 Jun 2003
[ 13:20 sheldonh ] |
1) Update exiscan-acl patch to -09:
Improved clamd support.
New FAQ/example documentation.
2) Enable wildlsearch lookups by default and add new
WITHOUT_WILDLSEARCH knob for disabling them.
3) Issue a fat warning if 127.0.0.1 is found in the relay_from_hosts
hostlist of an existing configure file on upgrade. This is important
for IPv6 users and doesn't hurt IPv4-only users.
4) Attempt local deliveries as the owner of the mailbox (still group
mail) and don't fail if the existing mailbox permissions are narrower
than those with which we would have created it. This works around
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Wed, 9 Apr 2003
[ 18:44 sheldonh ] |
1) Fix reproducible plaintext authentication crash.
2) In the sample configuration file, allow relaying from the IPv6 and
IPv4 localhost addresses.
This fixes relaying problems for folks using things like IPv6-enabled
Bump PORTREVISION accordingly.
Reported by: Alexander Sabourenkov <firstname.lastname@example.org> (1)
Mark Edwards <email@example.com> (2)
Wed, 8 Jan 2003
[ 13:33 sheldonh ] |
Update 4.10 -> 4.12:
For Exim, this includes an enormous number of fixes. Most of these are
for esoteric configurations, although if you're bitten by them, you're
The fixes also include closing up a buffer overflow that is not believed
to be exploitable, and a format string vulnerability that was only
exploitable by an Exim admin user, but then provided root access.
For Eximon, this just rationalizes a patch we carried locally for ages.
Thu, 12 Sep 2002
[ 10:09 sheldonh ] |
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I agree with the Exim community that the exim-4.xx has reached production
Move exim to exim-old for folks who need exim-3.xx, because the
configuration file for exim-4.xx is not backward compatible. Move
exim-devel to exim, removing NO_LATEST_LINK:
repo-copy exim -> exim-old
copy over exim-devel -> exim
Slave ports are intended for use with the exim port, as before, so they
now build and install for exim-4.xx.
Tue, 11 Dec 2001
[ 12:34 sheldonh ] |
Build Exim with compile-time defaults for exim_user and exim_group. Use the
newly added mailnull user, and the now well-established group mail.
Wed, 11 Jul 2001
[ 12:22 sheldonh ] |
Too many people have complained about my choice of MTA user (sendmail). Bite
the bullet _now_ and use MTA user exim instead. This means that only early
adopters of Exim-3.31 are affected, rather than lots more folks further down
Mon, 2 Jul 2001
[ 15:48 sheldonh ] |
Update to exim-3.31:
Wed, 20 Jun 2001
[ 10:24 sheldonh ] |
The commented RBL stuff in configure.default was not updated as expected in
exim-3.30 release. Apply a patch from the author, which will be included in
exim-3.31 if such a release ever occurs.
Thu, 14 Jun 2001
[ 19:43 sheldonh ] |
Retire our local copy of configure.default, which is a maintenance pain.
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