Fedora Core 3 Update: dovecot-0.99.13-3.FC3

    Date18 Jan 2005
    CategoryFedora
    11579
    Posted ByJoe Shakespeare
    This is a bug fix update for the Dovecot IMAP server. This brings the Red Hat Dovecot rpm up to date with the latest upstream release from Timo Sirainen, version 0.99.13 released on Jan 6th 2005.
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    Fedora Update Notification
    FEDORA-2005-038
    2005-01-18
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    Product     : Fedora Core 3
    Name        : dovecot
    Version     : 0.99.13                      
    Release     : 3.FC3                  
    Summary     : Dovecot Secure imap server
    Description :
    Dovecot is an IMAP server for Linux/UNIX-like systems, written with security
    primarily in mind.  It also contains a small POP3 server.  It supports mail
    in either of maildir or mbox formats.
    
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    Update Information:
    
    This is a bug fix update for the Dovecot IMAP server. This brings the
    Red Hat Dovecot rpm up to date with the latest upstream release from
    Timo Sirainen, version 0.99.13 released on Jan 6th 2005.
    
    Upstream Fixes are noted below and below that are Red Hat specific
    fixes.
    
    Please note there have been some changes to the /etc/dovecot.conf
    file. When the rpm installs it may create /etc/dovecot.conf.rpmnew
    file with the new version of the config file while preserving your
    previous /etc/dovecot.conf file if you have modified the config
    file. It would be prudent to compare the two files and see if you need
    to adjust your configuration.
    
    This version of the rpm also reverts a configuration file change that
    appeared in dovecot-0.99.13-2.FC3 which had disabled overriding the
    default mbox_locks value of "fcntl dotlock". This caused the creation
    of dotlocks in addition to fcntl. This was a change from the previous
    behavior and created some problems. The previous mbox_lock value of
    fcntl only was restored to the config file.
    
    Aside from the upstream fixes notable change in the RPM include:
    
    - University of Washington Imap (UW Imap) migration documentation and
      scripts in the doc area (/usr/share/doc/dovecot-*)
    
    - More example configurations in the doc area.
    
    - The script to generate SSL certificates (mkcert in the doc area) now
      is congruent with Red Hat's OpenSSL rpm.
    
    - The init.d script now starts dovecot later (it used to start it
      before named). If this problem was affecting your installation
      you'll have to chkconfig del and add to recreate the rc.d sym links,
      new installations will automatically pick up the new start order.
    
    - Add a Red Specific FAQ to the doc area, mostly to address issues
      some sites were having with dot lock file creation.
    
    ====== Upstream Fixes ======
    
    0.99.13
    
    	* GNUTLS support hasn't been working for a while, so it's not even
    	  tried to be used anymore unless explicitly wanted.
    	+ Added CRAM-MD5 authentication mechanism. Patch by Joshua Goodall
    	+ Added SMD5 and LDAP-MD5 password schemes and changed MD5 scheme to
    	  use LDAP-MD5 if the password isn't in MD5crypt format. Patch by
    	  Joshua Goodall
    	+ Workaround for some POP3 client bugs: if message doesn't contain the
    	  "end of headers" empty line, add it automatically.
    	+ vpopmail supports now all password schemes, most importantly
    	  MD5crypt works now without support from libc's crypt()
    	- SQL and LDAP authentication was broken
    	- SEARCH UNKEYWORD wasn't working
    
    0.99.12
    
    	- Fix memory leaks in LDAP, MySQL and PGSQL userdb/passdb
    	- Fix hanging when parsing mails that have over 4096 bytes in one
    	  line (SMTP servers normally don't allow over 1000 bytes so it
    	  shouldn't be much of a problem)
    	- FETCH BODYSTRUCTURE sometimes gave a wrong reply
    	  (eg. with FETCH (BODYSTRUCTURE RFC822.SIZE) if it wasn't cached)
    	- Never return more than one INBOX in LIST even if there are such
    	  files. They don't work anyway and it just confuses clients.
    	- mbox: Don't allow creating INBOX directory by creating/renaming
    	  mailboxes under it. They just wouldn't work.
    	- POP3: Don't return PLAIN in SASL list. We don't support initial SASL
    	  responses, so it only breaks with most clients that try to use it.
    	- IMAP and POP3 login processes may have sent each line in two IP
    	  packets, one with the data and another with CR+LF. Some clients
    	  didn't work because of this.
    
    ====== Red Hat RPM Fixes ======
    
    - fix bug #145214, mbox_lock is fcntl only in config file, remove dotlock default
    - fix bug #145241, remove errant dependency on primary postgres & mysql rpms
    - add REDHAT-FAQ.txt to doc directory
    - fix bug #143707, bring up to date with latest upstream, 0.99.13, 
    - fix bug #14462, bad dovecot-uid macro name
    - fix bug #133618, removed LITERAL+ capability from capability string
    - fix bug #134325, stop dovecot during installation
    - fix bug #129539, dovecot starts too early,
      set chkconfig to 65 35 to match cyrus-imapd
    - fix bug #139954, add UW to Dovecot migration documentation and scripts
    - fix bug #139276, fix SSL documentation and scripts, add missing documentation
    - fix bug #136623 Change License field from GPL to LGPL to reflect
      actual license
    - fix bug #124786, listen to ipv6 as well as ipv4
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    * Mon Jan 17 2005 John Dennis  0.99.13-3.FC3
    
    - fix bug #145214, force mbox_locks to fcntl only
    - fix bug #145241, remove prereq on postgres and mysql, allow rpm auto
      dependency generator to pick up client lib dependency if needed.
    
    
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    This update can be downloaded from:
      http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/3/
    
    3a82e63da2755780a9c3c7133735ee9a  SRPMS/dovecot-0.99.13-3.FC3.src.rpm
    d839e7d2b9fa855e48a35cfca5518cc0  x86_64/dovecot-0.99.13-3.FC3.x86_64.rpm
    70804d49eb34b4465b9728eafb9b2596  x86_64/debug/dovecot-debuginfo-0.99.13-3.FC3.x86_64.rpm
    c995c35d5e3b5f41781ad17a0e2938fb  i386/dovecot-0.99.13-3.FC3.i386.rpm
    e72e883d6506a1a992605398ef4d1ade  i386/debug/dovecot-debuginfo-0.99.13-3.FC3.i386.rpm
    
    This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
    launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.  
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    John Dennis 
    
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