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getmail-4.22.1-2.1.1 RPM for noarch

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Name: getmail Distribution: openSUSE 12.1
Version: 4.22.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1.1 Build date: Sat Oct 22 21:46:31 2011
Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Utilities Build host: build04
Size: 462307 Source RPM: getmail-4.22.1-2.1.1.src.rpm
Summary: Simple, Secure and Reliable Email Retriever
getmail is intended as a simple, secure, and reliable replacement for
fetchmail. It retrieves email (either all messages, or only unread messages)
from one or more POP3, SPDS, or IMAP4 servers (with or without SSL) for one or
more email accounts, and reliably delivers into qmail-style Maildirs, mboxrd
files, or through external MDAs (command deliveries) specified on a per-account
basis. getmail also has excellent support for domain (multidrop) mailboxes,
including delivering messages to different users or destinations based on the
envelope recipient address.




GNU General Public License version 2 (GPL v2)


* Sun Oct 02 2011
  - update to 4.22.1:
    * fix BrokenUIDLPOP3Retriever breakage from 4.21.0
* Mon Sep 26 2011
  - update to 4.22.0:
    * when retriever supports multiple mail folders (IMAP), store oldmail data
      for each folder separately, preventing problems in some cases when using
      multiple rc files with the same account
  - changes from 4.21.0:
    * automatically open IMAP folders read-only if neither the delete nor
      delete_after options are in use; necessary to access chatlogs via Gmail
    * avoid sorting msgids on each retrieval, reducing overhead when dealing with
      folders containing thousands of messages
* Thu Jul 21 2011
  - update to 4.20.4:
    * more information from the server response is included in the error message
      when an IMAP command errors out
    * Parser is now used instead of HeaderParser to correct illegal formatting
      bogosities in the body parts of incoming messages
* Tue May 31 2011
  - update to 4.20.3:
    * fix logging errors in error paths
* Fri May 20 2011
  - Removed authors from description (and shell expansion)
* Sun Apr 10 2011
  - update to 4.20.2:
    * better IPv6 handling of the "Received:" header
  - changes from 4.20.1:
    * code now ensures that the correct remote address and port are included in
      the "Received:" trace headers generated by getmail; previously, the first
      address found for the server was used even if another address was actually
      used to connect to the server
* Wed Jun 30 2010
  - update to 4.20.0:
    * code was fixed from a bad SVN merge that slipped into 4.18.0, triggering
      exceptions in MDA_external configurations
  - changes from 4.19.0:
    * fixes missing import introduced in 4.18.0
  - dropped getmail-4.18.0-global_name.patch, merged upstream (in 4.19.0)
* Mon Jun 28 2010
  - added getmail-4.18.0-global_name.patch
* Sun Jun 27 2010
  - update to 4.18.0:
    * a broken link in the FAQ was updated
    * a few extra characters that were problematic (on non-Unix
      systems) were stripped when generating oldmail filenames -- if
      you are upgrading and your current oldmail file contains any of
      the following characters: "\", ";", "[", "]", or "|", then you
      should rename it, replacing runs of one or more of those
      characters with a single "-"
    * the clarity of the message logged by getmail was improved when
      an external program exits 0 but getmail considers it failed
      because it wrote to stderr
* Fri Apr 30 2010
  - update to 4.17.0:
    * changes how getmail counts messages in an IMAP mailbox
    * prevents problems where getmail would only see the first 500
      messages in a mailbox with some IMAP servers that return
      oddball responses to SELECT
* Wed Jan 06 2010
  - split most documentation into a -doc subpackage
  - update to 4.16.0:
    * an additional fix was made for an IMAP server that offers a
      message it then fails to return -- this allows getmail to
      continue with the next message
  - changes from 4.15.0:
    * default port for MultidropIMAPSSLRetriever was incorrect
* Tue Nov 24 2009
  - update to 4.14.0:
    * additional cases where IMAP (and for good measure, POP3)
      servers are broken and offer a message that it then fails
      to return were fixed
* Wed Oct 14 2009
  - update to 4.13.0:
    * fix new log message not having trailing newline
* Thu Oct 08 2009
  - update to 4.12.0:
    * handles MS Exchange failure to deliver messages gracefully
    * documentation updates regarding a Python IMAP memory bug
  - changes from 4.11.0:
    * fixed --dump not generating any output for rc files containing
      the "verbose = 0" option
    * fixed a copy-and-paste error in the documentation of
      MultiSorter destination
  - changes from 4.10.0:
    * add option "message_log_verbose", defaulting to false:
      if true, the message_log file (and syslog, if used) will
      contain a little more information than the default of just
      messages retrieved
  - changes from 4.9.0:
    * adds Kerberos authentication support for IMAP servers
    * eliminates a deprecation warning from Python 2.6
  - changes from 4.8.4:
    * adds missing fsync() in the updatefile close method to ensure
      that data actually hits the disk before the rename takes place;
      makes writing of the oldmail file more resilient to system
  - changes from 4.8.3:
    * improved information is sent to the log file about messages
      not retrieved
  - changes from 4.8.2:
    * for IMAP retrievers, message state is kept around for 30 days
      even if the corresponding message isn't seen; this allows
      users to have multiple rc files with different IMAP folders to
      retrieve from without losing their "seen" mail state for the
      folders they're not currently retrieving from
  - changes from 4.8.1:
    * fixes the use of the Python 2.4 set builtin in 4.8.0,
      preventing getmail from running on Python 2.3.x
  - changes from 4.8.0:
    * better diagnostics when a user invalidly supplies the timeout
      configuration parameter for an IMAP-SSL retriever
  - changes from 4.7.8:
    * explicitly closes the current IMAP mailbox when selecting a
      new one, so all servers expunge deleted mail
  - changes from 4.7.7:
    * the log message level for stderr output of the destination is
      dropped if ignore_stderr is set, just like for filter



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