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non port: mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vchkpw.c
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Number of commits found XX: 4

Tue, 9 Oct 2007
[ 13:27 roam ] Original commit 
1.69 mail/vpopmail/Makefile
1.28 mail/vpopmail/distinfo
1.2 mail/vpopmail/files/Makefile.in-noportdocs.patch
1.6 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-README.onchange
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-README.vdelivermail
1.2 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-README.vpopmaild
1.4 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-config.h.in
1.13 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-configure
1.2 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vchangepw.c

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Update vpopmail to 5.4.20 after a long delay, mostly due to wondering
how to handle the database upgrade and the SpamAssassin patch partial
integration.

There are several important changes that may affect your vpopmail
installation and may need you to handle manually:

- THE MYSQL CONNECTION INFORMATION IS NO LONGER DEFINED AT COMPILE-TIME!
  The WITH_MYSQL_{USER,PASSWD,SERVER,DB} variables should NOT be defined
  when you build the port; place that information in the vpopmail.mysql
  file after vpopmail has been installed!
- the default domain is also no longer defined at compile time - you need
  to place it in the defaultdomain file after the installation.
- the defaultdomain and vpopmail.mysql files are no longer blindly removed
  on deinstallation, they are only removed if they have not been modified
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Thu, 5 Oct 2006
[ 11:49 roam ] Original commit 
1.67 mail/vpopmail/Makefile
1.27 mail/vpopmail/distinfo
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/Makefile.in-noportdocs.patch
1.5 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-README.vpopmaild
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vchangepw.c
1.3 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vchkpw.c
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vdeldomain.c
1.7 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vdelivermail.c
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vmysql.c

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Update to vpopmail-5.4.17.  In the process:
- add a new knob, WITH_SQL_REMOVE_DELETED, for explicitly activating
  the new code for removing entries from the SQL log file when a user or
  domain is deleted;
- add real NOPORTDOCS support and install the README.* files in addition
  to the doc_html/ and man_html/ directories if NOPORTDOCS is not set;
- fix a couple of spelling and grammar errors in the new README.vpopmaild;
- add several sanity checks;
- remove the last traces of the ActiveDirectory backend;
- various other minor changes.
Thu, 5 Sep 2002
[ 14:30 roam ] Original commit 
1.23 mail/vpopmail/Makefile
1.11 mail/vpopmail/distinfo
1.2 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vchkpw.c
Update to vpopmail-5.3.8.
There are two new configuration knobs:
- WITHOUT_USERS_BIG_DIR disables the use of 'big' directories for users,
  thereby saving a little on disk space and inode usage; IMO, the
  savings are negligible;
- WITHOUT_SEEKABLE disables the newly introduced ability of vdelivermail
  to examine its input stream for seekability, and read it all into a
  file to make it seekable.  This works quite fine in the tests that I
  have done, so there seems to be no need to enable it on FreeBSD;
  however, if things should go wrong (in particular, if delivering mail
  to your virtual domains seems to fail), try rebuilding vpopmail with
  this knob.

Prompted by:    David Phillips <david@acz.org>
Fri, 14 Jun 2002
[ 09:38 roam ] Original commit 
1.21 mail/vpopmail/Makefile
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vchkpw.c
Fix a segfault when authenticating against the system passwd file:
there's little sense in passing an integer port number to a string
comparison routine :)
Bump PORTREVISION.

Reported by:    Rudy <rudy@tzone.it>

Number of commits found XX: 4

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