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|Name: msmtp||Distribution: openSUSE 12.2|
|Version: 1.4.28||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: 2.1.2||Build date: Mon Jul 16 05:08:21 2012|
|Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Utilities||Build host: build32|
|Size: 229426||Source RPM: msmtp-1.4.28-2.1.2.src.rpm|
|Summary: Lightweight SMTP Client|
msmtp is an SMTP client that can be used as a plug-in for Mutt and other mail user agents. It forwards mail to an SMTP server that does the delivery. msmtp supports multiple accounts.
* Tue Jun 05 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to version 1.4.28: - Update autotools files. - Improve error message on connection failures in some IPv6/IPv4 situations. - Improve documentation of EHLO issues. - Bug fix: expand tilde for the aliases command. * Tue Jan 10 2012 email@example.com - update to version 1.4.27: - No significant changes. - additional changes from vrsion 1.4.26: - A new version of the msmtpq script fixes serious bugs. To update to the new version of the script, you need to remove the old msmtpQ symlink, change msmtpQ to msmtpq in your MUA config, and use msmtp-queue for queue management. - additional changes from version 1.4.25: - DIGEST-MD5 authentication is not considered secure any longer. See RFC 6331. - Support for alias expansion was added. See the aliases command and --aliases option. - add support for building with gnome-keyring (disabled by default) call build with --with-gnome-keyring to enable it - make sure compiler cmdlines are listed (make V=1) - handle rename from upstream: msmtpQ is gone. the new script is called msmtp-queue - installed msmtp-gnome-tool.py and related readme * Mon Sep 19 2011 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to version 1.4.24 - fixes SCRAM-SHA-1 authentication via GNU SASL - cleanup that updates the build system and removes old cruft and unnecessary complexity, without changing the functionality of the program - spec cleanup * Mon Jan 10 2011 email@example.com - update to version 1.4.22 - avoid different account selection behaviour in --pretend mode, and print more informational messages about account selection in --pretend and --debug mode - add a new passwordeval command and --passwordeval option, to set the password from the output of a command - a few documentation improvements - report platform in --version output - fix building with newer OpenSSL versions - updated find_alias_for_msmtp.sh script - fixed building without TLS/SSL support - removed obsolete msmtp-fix-newopenssl.patch * Mon Apr 19 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org - fix build with new openSSL * Sun Mar 21 2010 email@example.com - update to version 1.4.20 - adds support for the authentication mechanism SCRAM-SHA-1 via GNU SASL (only on openSUSE >= 11.2) - the new command tls_fingerprint allows one to trust one particular TLS certificate, in case tls_trust_file cannot be used for some reason - the new script msmtp-gnome-tool.py manages Gnome Keyring passwords for msmtp (currently disabled in this build) - moved documentation files to a -doc subpackage * Fri Nov 20 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to version 1.4.19 - When using OpenSSL, msmtp now correctly handles NUL characters in the Common Name and Subject Alternative Name fields of certificates. This fixes a security problem. Note that msmtp is not affected by this problem if GnuTLS is used. (bnc#557181) - Disable security checks on the user configuration file when run as root. Fixes Debian bug #534829. - additional changes from version 1.4.18: - mostly code worker - additional changes from version 1.4.17: - Msmtp now also reads SYSCONFDIR/netrc if the password was not found in ~/.netrc. - Support for the GNOME keyring was added by Satoru SATOH. - additional changes from version 1.4.16: - mostly code rework - additional changes from version 1.4.15: - The configuration command tls_crl_file was added. This allows to use certificate revocation lists (CRLs) during certificate verification. - The configuration command tls_min_dh_prime_bits was added. This may be needed to use TLS/SSL with servers that use a small Diffie-Hellman (DH) prime size. - The configuration command tls_priorities was added. This allows to fine tune TLS/SSL session parameters. * Sat Sep 06 2008 email@example.com - update to version 1.4.16 - Changed all scripts to '#!/usr/bin/env bash' instead of '#!/bin/sh' or '#!/bin/bash', because they use bash features that are not available in POSIX /bin/sh and because bash might not live in /bin, e.g. on BSD systems. This is a quick fix for Debian bug #489635. - Accept both 250 and 251 in return of the RCPT TO command, as required by RFC 2821 sections 4.3.2 and 3.4. Reported and fixed by Matthias Bernhardt. Thanks! - Fix scripts/msmtpqueue/msmtp-runqueue.sh. An error made while applying a patch accidently broke it. Reported by Thomas Weber. Thanks! (this obsoletes msmtp-runqueue.sh.patch) - additional changes from version 1.4.15 - Added the new tls_crl_file configuration command and the corresponding --tls-crl-file option. - Added the new tls_min_dh_prime_bits configuration command and the corresponding --tls-min-dh-prime-bits option. This closes Debian bug #440344. - Added the new tls_priorities configuration command and the corresponding --tls-priorities option. - Gnulib upate to 2008-06-02. Use getpass-gnu instead of getpass module. - Add msmtpq scripts by Chris Gianniotis to the scripts directory. Suggest them as a replacement in the README of the msmtpqueue scripts. - Do not let getpass() read from stdin, because we read the mail from there. Reported by Karol Lewandowski. Thanks! - Updated the set_sendmail script by Gautam Iyer. Thanks! - Return EX_TEMPFAIL instead of EX_DATAERR in case of 4xx replies to the MAIL FROM, RCPT TO and DATA commands. Reported by Kent Vinther Friis. Thanks! - install msmtpq * Wed May 07 2008 firstname.lastname@example.org - fix msmtp-runqueue.sh * Tue Mar 18 2008 email@example.com - update to version 1.4.14 - The -t option now properly supports Resent-* headers. - The --read-envelope-from option was added. It allows to read the envelope from address from the From header. - The environment variables SMTPSERVER and EMAIL can be used to configure msmtp for simple use cases. - Support for the Mac OS X keychain was added by Jay Soffian.
/usr/bin/find_alias_for_msmtp.sh /usr/bin/msmtp /usr/bin/msmtp-enqueue.sh /usr/bin/msmtp-gnome-tool.py /usr/bin/msmtp-listqueue.sh /usr/bin/msmtp-queue /usr/bin/msmtp-runqueue.sh /usr/bin/msmtpq /usr/bin/set_sendmail.sh /usr/share/doc/packages/msmtp /usr/share/doc/packages/msmtp/COPYING /usr/share/info/msmtp.info.gz /usr/share/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/msmtp.mo /usr/share/man/man1/msmtp.1.gz /usr/share/vim/current/syntax/msmtp.vim
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