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non port: head/mail/silkymail/pkg-message
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Number of commits found: 3

Sat, 13 Jun 2009
[ 19:36 erwin ] Original commit 
1.1908 MOVED
1.956 mail/Makefile
1.5 mail/silkymail/Makefile
1.4 mail/silkymail/distinfo
1.3 mail/silkymail/pkg-descr
1.3 mail/silkymail/pkg-message
1.2 mail/silkymail/pkg-plist
Remove mail/silkymail as it has been marked BROKEN for over 11 months.
Mon, 21 Feb 2005
[ 01:19 kris ] Original commit 
1.382 LEGAL
1.2 mail/silkymail/pkg-message
1.7 mail/websieve/Makefile
1.11 shells/wapsh/Makefile
1.4 www/rnews/Makefile
Remove references to ports recently deleted.
Fri, 4 Apr 2003
[ 12:46 edwin ] Original commit 
1.372 mail/Makefile
1.1 mail/silkymail/Makefile
1.1 mail/silkymail/distinfo
1.1 mail/silkymail/pkg-descr
1.1 mail/silkymail/pkg-message
1.1 mail/silkymail/pkg-plist
new port mail/silkymail, a slick looking webmail program

        SilkyMail is an Internet mail client that runs in your
        browser. It can be used by itself, or in conjunction with
        an IMAP or POP-capable client as part of a complete set of
        messaging tools. (It works very nicely in conjunction with
        Mulberry.)

        It was designed by internet mail client experts to work in
        high-scalability and diverse environments. It's not just
        another webmail hack cut of rough cloth -- it's a real mail
        program, that can be used by novice users and advanced users
        a like, but with the independence of browser access. SilkyMail
        is the smoothest mail client in a browser around.

PR:             ports/47721
Submitted by:   Aaron Voisine <voisine@yahoo.com>

Number of commits found: 3

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