./mail/enma, Sender authentication milter supporting SPF and Sender ID

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Branch: pkgsrc-2020Q2, Version: 1.2.0nb5, Package name: enma-1.2.0nb5, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

ENMA is a milter program for the domain authentication technologies.
It authenticates sender's address with SPF, Sender ID, DKIM and DKIM
ADSP, then labels the result onto the Authentication-Results: field.

ENMA implements the following RFCs:

- RFC4406 (Sender ID: Authenticating E-Mail)
- RFC4407 (Purported Responsible Address)
- RFC4408 (Sender Policy Framework)
- RFC4871 (DKIM Signatures, obsoleted by RFC6376)
- RFC5451 (Authentication-Results Header Field)
- RFC5617 (ADSP)
- RFC5672 (RFC 4871 Update, obsoleted by RFC6376)
- RFC6376 (DKIM Signatures)

ENMA is developed by IIJ. IIJ has been using several domain
authentication software, though, all of them appeared unstable. ENMA
is designed and implemented in order to stand large ISP's operation
and is well-tested.

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Required to build:

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SHA1: 91d3863dc144c8567d18744d8219b8d0049ebe75
RMD160: 80c38ba76d2a51a8703bbc3d2073dbd8aaa51f22
Filesize: 401.595 KB

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