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non port: head/mail/imap-uw/files/patch-af
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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 28 Jul 2014
[ 23:20 adamw ] Original commit 
363275 mail/adcomplain/files/patch-aa
363275 mail/adcomplain/files/patch-adcomplain.pl
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-Makefile
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-aa
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-ab
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-ac
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-src_osdep_unix_Makefile
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-src_osdep_unix_os_bsi.h
363275 mail/drac/files/patch-Makefile
363275 mail/drac/files/patch-aa

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Rename mail/ patch-xy patches to reflect the files they modify.
Fri, 5 Oct 2001
[ 09:28 petef ]  
unknown mail/cclient/Makefile
unknown mail/cclient/distinfo
unknown mail/cclient/files/patch-ab
unknown mail/cclient/files/patch-ac
unknown mail/cclient/pkg-plist
unknown mail/imap-uw/Makefile
unknown mail/imap-uw/distinfo
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ac
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ad
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-af

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- Upgrade to imap-2001.FINAL   - Install additional cclient header files   -
Move SSL dependency generation for cclient to post-build   - Bump PORTEPOCH   -
Removed -drac PKGNAMESUFFIX,more confusion than extra info   - Remove futile
build of imapd/ipop3d/ipop2d in cclient, and libc-client4.a     in the imap-uw
port.   - Respect CFLAGS and CC    
Fri, 23 Mar 2001
[ 03:04 jeh ]  
unknown mail/imap-uw/Makefile
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ab
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ac
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ad
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-af
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ah
* Update the imap-uw port to use PAM again, as it used to. We do have imap by   
 default in /etc/pam.conf, so it must be better to compile imap-uw with PAM    
authentication too no?   * Changed the PAM service name for the POP3 daemon from
pop to pop3 as that is     what we have in our default pam.conf.   * Update the
port with optional DRAC support.    
[ 03:04 jeh ]  
unknown mail/imap-uw/Makefile
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ab
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ac
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ad
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-af
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ah
unknown mail/imap-uw/files/patch-ai
* Update the imap-uw port to use PAM again, as it used to. We do have imap by   
 default in /etc/pam.conf, so it must be better to compile imap-uw with PAM    
authentication too no?   * Changed the PAM service name for the POP3 daemon from
pop to pop3 as that is     what we have in our default pam.conf.   * Update the
port with optional DRAC support.    

Number of commits found: 4

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