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namg A program to download mail from a NetAddress web account
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Port Added: 14 Feb 2001 10:50:14
License: not specified in port
NAMG ("NetAddress Mail Grabber") is a small program that downloads
mail from a NetAddress account and forwards it to your local mail
spool. NAMG can also forward mail to sendmail. It was written shortly
after NetAddress made POP3 access a "Premium Service".

- George Reid
greid@ukug.uk.freebsd.org
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The package name of this deleted port was: namg

PKGNAME: namg

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Master Sites:
  1. ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/distfiles/
  2. http://www.zip.com.au/~gsymonds/NAMG/

Number of commits found: 7

Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
DateByDescription
27 Feb 2005 16:55:58
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.3.1
vs search for other commits by this committer
Remove port: Obsolete
Netaddress no longer offers free accounts, and all their paid accounts
come with POP3 and IMAP access anyway.

PR:             ports/78136
Submitted by:   Sam 'Reaper' Lawrance
29 Jan 2004 07:24:56
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.3.1
trevor search for other commits by this committer
SIZEify.
03 Nov 2003 07:26:22
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.3.1
linimon search for other commits by this committer
Reset maintainer to ports@FreeBSD.org.  Requested by: kris.
07 Mar 2003 06:06:02
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.3.1
ade search for other commits by this committer
Clear moonlight beckons.
Requiem mors pacem pkg-comment,
And be calm ports tree.

E Nomini Patri, E Fili, E Spiritu Sancti.
03 Mar 2001 06:13:37
Original commit files touched by this commit
kevlo search for other commits by this committer
Update to version 0.3.1    
18 Feb 2001 15:28:25
Original commit files touched by this commit
kevlo search for other commits by this committer
Upgrade to version 0.3.0    
14 Feb 2001 13:50:14
Original commit files touched by this commit
jeh search for other commits by this committer
New Port: mail/namg   NAMG is a small program that downloads mail from a
NetAddress account   and forwards it to your local mail spool.    

Number of commits found: 7

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