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rmail-8.14.3-72.1.3 RPM for x86_64

From OpenSuSE 12.1 for x86_64

Name: rmail Distribution: openSUSE 12.1
Version: 8.14.3 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 72.1.3 Build date: Sat Oct 29 21:59:18 2011
Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Servers Build host: build27
Size: 80080 Source RPM: sendmail-8.14.5-72.1.3.src.rpm
Summary: Rmail of the BSD Sendmail
Rmail interprets incoming mail received via uucp and passing the
processed mail on to the MTA (e.g. sendmail).

    Eric Allman <sendmail@sendmail.ORG>






* Thu Aug 18 2011
  - Expand systemd configuration at build time
* Fri Aug 12 2011
  - Use Pre exec files for configuration on the fly
* Thu Aug 11 2011
  - Socket activation does not work for sendmail even with -bs
    on the command line of sendmail and StandardInput=socket
* Mon Aug 08 2011
  - The approach of using makefiles requires make for sendmail
* Fri Aug 05 2011
  - Make /var7run a ghost entry in spec as this is a tmpfs now and
    create it at start of sendmail if it does not exist (bnc#710279)
  - First try of using systemd unit configration files for both
    sendmail MTA and sendmail MT client.  Try to start them on
    demand using systemd unit socket files for both local and remote
    network as well as systemd unit path file for local mail queue
* Tue May 31 2011
  - Update to sendmail 8.14.5
    * Do not cache SMTP extensions across connections as the cache is
      based on hostname which may not be a unique identifier for a
      server, i.e., different machines may have the same hostname but
      provide different SMTP extensions.  Problem noted by Jim Hermann.
    * Avoid an out-of-bounds access in case a resolver reply for a DNS
      map lookup returns a size larger than 1K.  Based on a patch
      from Dr. Werner Fink of SuSE.
    * If a job is aborted using the interrupt signal (e.g., control-C
      from the keyboard), perform minimal cleanup to avoid invoking
      functions that are not signal-safe. Note: in previous versions
      the mail might have been queued up already and would be
      delivered subsequently, now an interrupt will always remove the
      queue files and thus prevent delivery.
    * Per RFC 6176, when operating as a TLS client, do not offer SSLv2.
    * Since TLS session resumption is never used as a client, disable
      use of RFC 4507-style session tickets.
    * Work around gcc4 versions which reverse 25 years of history and
      no longer align char buffers on the stack, breaking calls to
      resolver functions on strict alignment platforms.
      Found by Stuart Henderson of OpenBSD.
    * Read at most two AUTH lines from a server greeting (up to two
      lines are read because servers may use "AUTH mechs" and
      "AUTH=mechs"). Otherwise a malicious server may exhaust the
      memory of the client.  Bug report by Nils of MWR InfoSecurity.
    * Avoid triggering an assertion in the OpenLDAP code when the
      connection to an LDAP server is lost while making a query.
      Problem noted and patch provided by Andy Fiddaman.
    * If ConnectOnlyTo is set and sendmail is compiled with NETINET6
      it would try to use an IPv6 address if an IPv4 (or unparseable)
      address is specified.
    * If SASLv2 is used, make sure that the macro {auth_authen} is
      stored in xtext format to avoid problems with parsing it.
      Problem noted by Christophe Wolfhugel.
    * CONFIG: FEATURE(`ldap_routing') in 8.14.4 tried to add a missing
    - T<TMPF> that is required, but failed for some cases that did
      not use LDAP.  This change has been undone until a better
      solution can be implemented.  Problem found by Andy Fiddaman.
    * CONTRIB: Deal with H entries that do not have a letter
      between the question marks.  Patch from Stefan Christensen.
    * DOC: Use a better description for the -i option in sendmail.
      Patch from Mitchell Berger.
  - Add defines for nanaosleep and socklen_t for linux in conf.h
* Tue Dec 07 2010
  - prereq init scripts network and syslog
* Thu Sep 30 2010
  - Removed version-specific libdb-4_5-devel from BuildRequires to be
    able to build against newer libdb Versions.
* Fri Jul 16 2010
  - Newer killproc sends only SIGTERM as required by LSB if -TERM is
    specified on the command line.  Use the default which is SIGTERM
    followed by SIGKILL if the timeout of 5 seconds is reached.
* Fri Feb 05 2010
  - Use upstream patch for bnc#559517
* Wed Jan 27 2010
  - Update to bug fix release sendmail 8.14.4
    * Handle bogus certificates containing NUL characters
      in CNs by placing a string indicating a bad certificate
      in the {cn_subject} or {cn_issuer} macro.  Patch inspired
      by Matthias Andree's changes for fetchmail.
    * During the generation of a queue identifier an integer overflow
      could occur which might result in bogus characters
      being used.  Based on patch from John Vannoy of
      Pepperdine University.
    * Prevent a crash when a hostname lookup returns a seemingly
      valid result which contains a NULL pointer (this seems
      to be happening on some Linux versions).
    * Fix overflow of an internal array when parsing some replies
      from a milter.  Problem found by Scott Rotondo
    * Fix handling of `b' modifier for DaemonPortOptions on little
      endian machines for loopback address.  Patch from
      John Beck of Sun Microsystems.
    * Fix a potential memory leak in libsmdb/smdb1.c found by parfait.
      Based on patch from Jonathan Gray of OpenBSD.
    * Fix memory leak that occurred when smfi_setsymlist()
      was used.  Based on patch by Dan Lukes.
  - Add patch to avoid overflow of buffer for DNS resolver (bnc#559517)



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