./mail/dovecot2-pigeonhole, Support for the Sieve language and the ManageSieve protocol

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Branch: pkgsrc-2014Q1, Version: 0.4.3, Package name: dovecot-pigeonhole-0.4.3, Maintainer: adam

This package is part of the Pigeonhole project (http://pigeonhole.dovecot.org).
It adds support for the Sieve language (RFC 5228) and the ManageSieve protocol
(RFC 5804) to the Dovecot Secure IMAP Server.

The Sieve language is used to specify how e-mail needs to be processed. By
writing Sieve scripts, users can customize how messages are delivered, e.g.
whether they are forwarded or stored in special folders. Unwanted messages can
be discarded or rejected, and, when the user is not available, the Sieve
interpreter can send an automated reply. Above all, the Sieve language is meant
to be simple, extensible and system independent. And, unlike most other mail
filtering script languages, it does not allow users to execute arbitrary
programs. This is particularly useful to prevent virtual users from having full
access to the mail store. The intention of the language is to make it impossible
for users to do anything more complex (and dangerous) than write simple mail

Using the ManageSieve protocol, users can upload their Sieve scripts remotely,
without needing direct filesystem access through FTP or SCP. Additionally,
aManageSieve server always makes sure that uploaded scripts are valid,
preventing compile failures at mail delivery.

This package provides Sieve support as a plugin to Dovecot's Local Delivery
Agent (LDA) and Dovecot's LMTP service. The ManageSieve protocol is provided is
an additional service, next to Dovecot's own POP3 and IMAP services.

Required to run:

Master sites:

SHA1: 6eee6958b755721432e782b8f5c9bd4f5b01ab95
RMD160: f0cfd1e4ea7c85be6744511e352a06012857d084
Filesize: 1156.278 KB

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   2014-05-28 21:39:04 by Matthias Scheler | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Pullup ticket #4425 - requested by taca
mail/dovecot2-pigeonhole: keep in step with mail/dovecot2

Revisions pulled up:
- mail/dovecot2-pigeonhole/Makefile                             1.18
- mail/dovecot2-pigeonhole/PLIST                                1.6
- mail/dovecot2-pigeonhole/distinfo                             1.12

   Module Name:	pkgsrc
   Committed By:	adam
   Date:		Wed May 14 06:10:36 UTC 2014

   Modified Files:
   	pkgsrc/mail/dovecot2-pigeonhole: Makefile PLIST distinfo

   Log message:
   Changes 0.4.3:

   * Editheader extension: Made control characters allowed for editheader,
     except NUL. Before, this would cause a runtime error.
   + Upgraded Dovecot-specific Sieve "vnd.dovecot.duplicate" extension to
     match the new draft "duplicate" extension.
   - Fixed sieve_result_global_log_error to log only as i_info in
     administrator log (syslog) if executed from multiscript context.
   - Sieve redirect extension: Adjusted loop detection to show leniency to
     resent messages.
   - Sieve include extension: Fixed problem with handling of duplicate
     includes with different parameters :once or :optional.
   - Sieve spamtest/virustest extensions: Tests were erroneously performed
     against the original message. When used together with extprograms
     filter to add the spam headers, the changes were not being used by
     the spamtest and virustest extensions.
   - Deprecated Sieve notify extension: Fixed segfault problems in message
     string substitution.
   - ManageSieve: Fixed active link verification to handle redundant path
     slashes correctly.
   - Sieve vacation extension:
     - Fixed interaction of sieve_vacation_dont_check_recipient with
       sieve_vacation_send_from_recipient setting.
     - Fixed log message for discarded response.
   - Sieve extprograms plugin:
     - Forgot to disable the alarm() timeouts set for script execution.
     - Fixed fd leak and handling of output shutdown.
     - Fixed 'Bad filedescriptor' error occurring when disconnecting
       script client.
     - Made sure that programs are never forked with root privileges.