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non port: mail/opendmarc/distinfo
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Number of commits found: 5

Wed, 13 Sep 2017
[ 14:45 pi ] Original commit   Revision:449797
449797 mail/opendmarc/Makefile
449797 mail/opendmarc/distinfo
449797 mail/opendmarc/pkg-plist
mail/opendmarc: update 1.3.1 -> 1.3.2

Feature request #86: Change meaning of "RequiredHeaders" such that
	header validity is always checked, but messages are only
	rejected on that basis when the flag is set.  Based
	on a patch from Andreas Schulze.
Feature request #127: Log SPF results when rejecting.  Requested
	by Patrick Wagner; patch from Andreas Schulze, follow-up
	patch from Juri Haberland.
Feature request #138: Inculde policy and disposition information
	in an Authentication-Results comment.  Based on a patch
	from Juri Haberland.
Feature request #139: Include the client host name if known
	in failure reports.  Suggested by Roland Turner;
	patch by Andreas Schulze.
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Wed, 11 Mar 2015
[ 12:18 erwin ] Original commit   Revision:380979
380979 mail/opendmarc/Makefile
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380979 mail/opendmarc/pkg-plist
Update to version 1.3.1, Maintainer change to Dan Mahoney <danm@prime.gushi.org>

This is mainly a bug fix release, but it does contain one important new
feature.  Upgrade is recommended.

The full RELEASE_NOTES for this version, showing changes since the last
release:

1.3.1           2015/02/23
        Fix bug #97: Add ability to change envelope sender, client IP
                address, client hostname, and HELO value used in test
                mode, via environment variables.  This can be turned
                into something more formal in a later release.  Suggested
                by Andreas Schulze.
        Fix bug #102: Don't lose SPF results and output the "-1" default.
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Fri, 1 Aug 2014
[ 17:43 pi ] Original commit   Revision:363744
363744 mail/opendmarc/Makefile
363744 mail/opendmarc/distinfo
363744 mail/opendmarc/pkg-plist
mail/opendmarc: 1.2.0 -> 1.3.0

1.3.0		2014/07/31
	Integrated SPF checking is now available through the new
		SPFSelfValidate and SPFIgnoreResults settings.
	Feature request #79: Optionally ignore clients that authenticated
		using SMTP AUTH.
	Fix bug #60, part II: Default AuthservID to the name provided by the
		MTA, not the local host name, which is consistent with what
		OpenDKIM does.  Suggested by Robbert Klarenbeek.
	Fix bug #72: Don't crash when From fields are absent.  Patch from
		Andreas Schulze.
	Fix bug #74: Change "Forensic" to "Failure" just about everywhere
		to match the language now being used in the base DMARC
		draft.  Note that this also changes some names in the
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Sun, 16 Mar 2014
[ 10:59 pawel ] Original commit   Revision:348403
348403 mail/opendmarc/Makefile
348403 mail/opendmarc/distinfo
348403 mail/opendmarc/pkg-plist
- Update to version 1.2.0, support staging [1]
- More precise LICENSE
- Fix shebangs in perl scripts
- Strip library

PR:		ports/187608 [1]
Submitted by:	maintainer
Fri, 28 Jun 2013
[ 19:55 lippe ] Original commit   Revision:321980
321980 mail/Makefile
321980 mail/opendmarc
321980 mail/opendmarc/Makefile
321980 mail/opendmarc/distinfo
321980 mail/opendmarc/files
321980 mail/opendmarc/files/opendmarc.in
321980 mail/opendmarc/pkg-descr
321980 mail/opendmarc/pkg-plist
OpenDMARC is an open source implementation of Domain-based Message
Authentication, Reporting & Conformance, or DMARC. It builds on the
successes of technologies such as DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM)
and the Sender Policy Framework (SPF) to create an infrastructure
that enforces policy on domain names that are visible to end users,
and creates a feedback framework for identifying and tracking
fraudulent use of domain names in email.

It includes a library for handling DMARC record parsing,
a database schema and tools for aggregating and processing transaction
history to produce DMARC reports, and a filter that ties it all together
with an MTA using the milter protocol.

WWW: http://www.trusteddomain.org/opendmarc.html

PR:		ports/177486
Submitted by:	Jaap Akkerhuis <jaap@NLnetLabs.nl>

Number of commits found: 5

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