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Created by James Westby on 2009-12-05 and last modified on 2010-04-22
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66. By Chuck Short on 2010-04-19

[Ante Karamatic]
* dovecot-example.conf, debian/dovecot-common.dirs, debian/01-dovecot-postfix.auth,
     debian/01-dovecot-postfix.conf, debian/control, debian/dovecot-postfix.dirs,
     debian/dovecot-postfix.postinst, debian/dovecot-postfix.postrm, debian/dovecot-postfix.preinst,
     debian/rules:
     * Fix dovecot -n not to report wrong configuration. (LP: #511295)

65. By Chuck Short on 2010-03-10

debian/patches/fix-dovecot-dos.dpatch: Fix possible DoS with dovecot. (LP: #536695)

64. By Chuck Short on 2010-03-09

debian/contorl: Recommend ntpdate. (LP: #347881)

63. By Chuck Short on 2010-02-19

debian/patches/fix-mbox-autodetection.patch: Allow mailbox creation when autodetecting.
(LP: #512975)

62. By Chuck Short on 2010-01-21

Fix FTBFS.

61. By Chuck Short on 2010-01-21

* Merge from debian testing, remaining changes:
  + Add new binary pkg dovecot-postfix that integrates postfix and dovecot
    automatically: (LP: #164837)
  + debian/control:
    - add new binary with short description
    - set Architecture all for dovecot-postfix (LP: #329878)
  + debian/dovecot-postfix.postinst:
    - create initial certificate symlinks to snakeoil.
    - set up postfix with postconf to:
      - use Maildir/ as the default mailbox.
      - use dovecot as the sasl authentication server.
      - use dovecot LDA (deliver).
      - use tls for smtp{d} services.
    - fix certificates paths in postfix' main.cf
    - add reject_unauth_destination to postfix' recipient restrictions
    - add reject_unknown_sender_domain to postfix' sender restriction
    - rename configuration name on remove, delete on purge
    - restart dovecot after linking certificates
    - handle use case when postfix is unconfigurated
  + debian/dovecot-postfix.dirs: create backup directory for postfix's config
    configuration
  + restart postfix and dovecot.
  + debian/dovecot-postfix.postrm:
    - remove all dovecot related configuration from postfix.
    - restart postfix and dovecot.
  + debian/dovecot-common.init:
    - check if /etc/dovecot/dovecot-postfix.conf exists and use it
      as the configuration file if so.
  + debian/patches/warning-ubuntu-postfix.dpatch
    - add warning about dovecot-postfix.conf in dovecot default
      configuration file
  + debian/patches/dovecot-postfix.conf.diff:
    - Ubuntu server custom changes to the default dovecot configuration for
      better interfation with postfix.
    - enable sieve plugin.
    - Ubuntu server custom changes to the default dovecot configuration for
      better integration with postfix:
      - enable imap, pop3, imaps, pop3s and managesieve by default.
      - enable dovecot LDA (deliver).
      - enable SASL auth socket in postfix private directory
   + debian/rules:
     - copy, patch and install dovecot-postfix.conf in /etc/dovecot/.
     - build architecure independent packages too
   + Use Snakeoil SSL certificates by default.
     - debian/control: Depend on ssl-cert.
     - debian/patches/ssl-cert-snakeoil.dpatch: Change default SSL cert
       paths to snakeoil.
     - debian/dovecot-common.postinst: Relax grep for SSL_* a bit.
   + Add autopkgtest to debian/tests/*.
   + Fast TearDown: Update the lsb init header to not stop in level 6.
   + Add ufw integration:
     - Created debian/dovecot-common.ufw.profile.
     - debian/rules: install profile.
     - debian/control: suggest ufw.
   + debian/{control,rules}: enable PIE hardening.
   + dovecot-imapd, dovecot-pop3: Replaces dovecot-common (<< 1:1.1). (LP: #254721)
   + debian/control: Update Vcs-* headers.
   + Add SMTP-AUTH support for Outlook (login auth mechanism)

60. By Chuck Short on 2009-12-18

Update VCS-Bzr location.

59. By Chuck Short on 2009-11-06

* Merge from debian testing, remaining changes:
  Add new binary pkg dovecot-postfix that integrates postfix and dovecot
  automatically: (LP: #164837)
  + debian/control:
    - add new binary with short description
    - set Architecture all for dovecot-postfix (LP: #329878)
  + debian/dovecot-postfix.postinst:
    - create initial certificate symlinks to snakeoil.
    - set up postfix with postconf to:
      - use Maildir/ as the default mailbox.
      - use dovecot as the sasl authentication server.
      - use dovecot LDA (deliver).
      - use tls for smtp{d} services.
    - fix certificates paths in postfix' main.cf
    - add reject_unauth_destination to postfix' recipient restrictions
    - add reject_unknown_sender_domain to postfix' sender restrictions
    - rename configuration name on remove, delete on purge
    - restart dovecot after linking certificates
    - handle use case when postfix is unconfigurated
   + debian/dovecot-postfix.dirs: create backup directory for postfix's configuration
   + restart postfix and dovecot.
   + debian/dovecot-postfix.postrm:
     - remove all dovecot related configuration from postfix.
     - restart postfix and dovecot.
   + debian/dovecot-common.init:
     - check if /etc/dovecot/dovecot-postfix.conf exists and use it
       as the configuration file if so.
   + debian/patches/warning-ubuntu-postfix.dpatch
     - add warning about dovecot-postfix.conf in dovecot default
       configuration file
   + debian/patches/dovecot-postfix.conf.diff:
     - Ubuntu server custom changes to the default dovecot configuration for
       better interfation with postfix
     - enable sieve plugin
   + debian/patches/dovecot-postfix.conf.diff:
     + Ubuntu server custom changes to the default dovecot configuration for
       better integration with postfix:
       - enable imap, pop3, imaps, pop3s and managesieve by default.
       - enable dovecot LDA (deliver).
       - enable SASL auth socket in postfix private directory.
   + debian/rules:
     - copy, patch and install dovecot-postfix.conf in /etc/dovecot/.
     - build architecure independent packages too
   + Use Snakeoil SSL certificates by default.
     - debian/control: Depend on ssl-cert.
     - debian/patches/ssl-cert-snakeoil.dpatch: Change default SSL cert
       paths to snakeoil.
     - debian/dovecot-common.postinst: Relax grep for SSL_* a bit.
   + Add autopkgtest to debian/tests/*.
   + Fast TearDown: Update the lsb init header to not stop in level 6.
   + Add ufw integration:
     - Created debian/dovecot-common.ufw.profile.
     - debian/rules:
       + install profile
     - debian/control:
       + Suggest ufw
   + debian/{control,rules}: enable PIE hardening.
   + dovecot-imapd, dovecot-pop3: Replaces dovecot-common (<< 1:1.1). LP: #254721
   + debian/control:
     - Update Vcs-* headers.
   + debian/rules:
     - Create emtpy stamp.h.in files in dovecot-sieve/ and dovecot-managesieve/
       if they're not there since empty files are not included in the diff.gz
       file.
   + Add SMTP-AUTH support for Outlook (login auth mechanism)
   + Dropped:
     - debian/patches/security-CVE-2009-3235: Applied upstream.
     - debian/patches/fix-pop3-assertion.dpatch: Applied upstream.
     - dovecot-sieve and dovecot-managesieve: Use the debian patches instead.

  [Chuck Short]
  - Updated dovecot-sieve to 0.1.13.
  - Updated dovecot-managesieve to 0.11.9.

58. By Chuck Short on 2009-10-14

[Ante Karamatic]
* debian/dovecot-postfix.postinst:
  - reduce smtpd_tls_mandatory_ciphers to medium (LP: #365390)
* debian/dovecot-postfix.README.Debian:
  - introduction and features of dovecot-postfix
* debian/rules:
  - install debian changelog in dovecot-postfix

57. By Chuck Short on 2009-10-09

debian/patches/fix-pop3-assertion.patch: Fix assertion when logging in.
(LP: #425407)

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