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found something from the cache
non port: head/mail/exim/files/patch-src::filter.c
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Number of commits found: 4

Thu, 18 Apr 2002
[ 12:20 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.111 mail/exim/Makefile
1.35 mail/exim/distinfo
1.2 mail/exim/files/patch-src::expand.c
1.4 mail/exim/files/patch-src::filter.c
Update to exim-3.36:

* Incorporates some patches.

* Fix pretty obscure queue handling bug.

* Update exim-4 spool file format forward-compatibility.
Wed, 3 Apr 2002
[ 16:11 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.1 mail/exim/files/patch-src::expand.c
1.3 mail/exim/files/patch-src::filter.c
Gracefully handle NULLs in the message body as exposed to filters,
by replacing them with spaces.

This is a vendor-sanctioned patch, obtained from the exim-users
mailing list.
Mon, 7 Jan 2002
[ 12:06 sheldonh ]  
unknown mail/exim/Makefile
unknown mail/exim/distinfo
unknown mail/exim/files/patch-..::texinfo-3.30::doc::spec.texinfo
unknown mail/exim/files/patch-src::exim.c
unknown mail/exim/files/patch-src::filter.c
unknown mail/exim/files/patch-src::smtp_in.c
Update to exim-3.34:    
Wed, 26 Sep 2001
[ 17:31 sheldonh ]  
unknown mail/exim/Makefile
unknown mail/exim/files/patch-src::filter.c
Fix the message_body_size filter variable bug reported by Phil Chambers   to the
exim-users mailing list on 2001-09-19 using the patch posted to   the list by
the author on 2001-09-24.    

Number of commits found: 4

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