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Number of commits found: 6

Wed, 6 Jun 2007
[ 16:38 miwi ] Original commit 
1.13 mail/spamd/Makefile
1.7 mail/spamd/distinfo
1.1 mail/spamd/files/obspamd.in
1.1 mail/spamd/files/obspamlogd.in
1.2 mail/spamd/files/patch-greyc
1.2 mail/spamd/files/patch-greyh
1.2 mail/spamd/files/patch-spamd
1.4 mail/spamd/files/patch-spamd-setup
1.2 mail/spamd/files/patch-spamdm
1.3 mail/spamd/files/pfspamd.sh.in

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- Update to 4.1.2

PR:             113293
Submitted by:   Alex Samorukov <samm@os2.kiev.ua> (maintainer)
Tue, 2 May 2006
[ 08:54 delphij ] Original commit 
1.9 mail/spamd/Makefile
1.1 mail/spamd/files/patch-greyc
1.1 mail/spamd/files/patch-greyh
1.1 mail/spamd/files/patch-spamd
1.1 mail/spamd/files/patch-spamd-setup
1.1 mail/spamd/files/patch-spamdm
1.2 mail/spamd/files/pfspamd.sh
1.1 mail/spamd/files/pfspamd.sh.in
1.5 mail/spamd/pkg-plist
 - Make spamd work with ipfw(4) [1]
 - Modernize RC_SUBR usage.
 - Pet portlint(1)

Submitted by:   Maurice Castro <maurice sphinx clari net au> [1]
PR:             ports/94715
Approved by:    sem (mentor)
Wed, 13 Apr 2005
[ 12:13 leeym ] Original commit 
1.8 mail/spamd/Makefile
1.5 mail/spamd/distinfo
1.1 mail/spamd/files/pfspamd.sh
1.2 mail/spamd/files/spamd.sh.sample
1.4 mail/spamd/pkg-plist
updates spamd to OpenBSD 3.7-RELEASE's bundled version.

Change details:
- Update to 3.7
- Use RCng scripts
- Fix installation of spamlogd(8)
- Change maintainer's mail address

PR:             79856
Submitted by:   delphij
Tue, 12 Oct 2004
[ 10:38 mat ] Original commit 
1.7 mail/spamd/Makefile
1.3 mail/spamd/pkg-plist
Change the rc.d/spamd.sh to rc.d/pf-spamd.sh so that it can be used with
SpamAssassin.

PR:             72083
Submitted by:   maintainer
Sat, 3 Apr 2004
[ 16:42 mlaier ] Original commit 
1.4 mail/spamd/Makefile
1.3 mail/spamd/distinfo
1.2 mail/spamd/files/local-patch.sed
1.2 mail/spamd/pkg-plist
Update spamd to version as of OpenBSD 3.5 to provide greylisting and others.
This brings two more tools: spamdb and spamlogd

PR:             64174
Approved by:    mat
Mon, 29 Sep 2003
[ 23:01 edwin ] Original commit 
1.436 mail/Makefile
1.1 mail/spamd/Makefile
1.1 mail/spamd/distinfo
1.1 mail/spamd/files/local-patch.sed
1.1 mail/spamd/files/spamd.sh.sample
1.1 mail/spamd/pkg-descr
1.1 mail/spamd/pkg-install
1.1 mail/spamd/pkg-plist
New port: mail/spamd - Trapit in cooperation with security/pf

        A Trapit is a fake SMTP server that tries to waste as much resources
        of a spam-relay as possible - without delivering any mail.

        Implemented for pf, but might work with other ip filters as well.
        mail/relaydb is a fine tool to utilize spamd.

PR:             ports/57365
Submitted by:   Max Laier <max@love2party.net>

Number of commits found: 6

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