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non port: security/antivir-milter/files/antivirupdater.sh

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Saturday, 2 Sep 2006
21:52 kris search for other commits by this committer
Remove expired ports.
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Monday, 8 Mar 2004
08:03 netchild search for other commits by this committer
- Use daemon(8) for launching avmilter in order to detach it from the
  controlling terminal. [1]
- Make the avq script check if it's ran by the avmilter user in addition
  to uid == 0. This enables `avq --remove` to be run via a script and the
  ExternalProgram option in order to automatically delete the rejected
  messages. [2]
- Install a script avqrm which serves this purpose, i.e. executes
  `avq --remove` and can be run via ExternalProgram.
- Make the avq script not print the contents of the queue when option
  '--remove' is given, this greatly improves speed and otherwise it's not
  really suitable to be called on every rejected message. Fix some typos.
- Fix pkg-plist by adding antivirupdater.

Requested by:   ache [1], [2]
Submitted by:   maintainer
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Tuesday, 14 Oct 2003
16:04 netchild search for other commits by this committer
- H+BEDV GmbH released a new tarball shipping an updated anti-virus engine
  (6.21.0.1 -> 6.22.0.1) and a current virus definition file (6.22.0.0).
  If you are using the auto-update functionality you should already have
  these updated versions.
- Mention the AntiVir Bulletin Board (support) in the DESCR.
- Make the antivirupdater script behave like described in the documentation
  (pass command line arguments to antivir).
- Make the avq script check for uid == 0, the avmilter spool directory can't
  be read without sufficient permissions.

Submitted by:   maintainer
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Wednesday, 24 Sep 2003
13:47 netchild search for other commits by this committer
Add AntiVir Milter, a mail virusscanner using the Sendmail Mail Filter API.
This is a commercial stand-alone solution written in C not a PERL script +
myriads of dependencies + some AV...
Licenses for private (individual, non-commercial) use, e.g. for protecting
your family's home network, can be applied for free of charge.

Submitted by:   Marius Strobl <marius@alchemy.franken.de>
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Number of commits found: 4