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Third release of netqmail (1.06).

20071130 version: netqmail 1.06
20071130 legal: qmail-1.03 is now in the public domain
20051103 doc: dot-qmail.9 updated for changed (19980613) conf-patrn default, tnx ADM
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20071130 version: netqmail 1.06
20071130 legal: qmail-1.03 is now in the public domain
20051103 doc: dot-qmail.9 updated for changed (19980613) conf-patrn default, tnx ADM
20040121 version: netqmail 1.05
20040121 code: qmail-smtpd is protected from exceedingly long (eg 2GB)
header lines
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netqmail-1.04
-------------
No copyright is claimed by the distributors of netqmail for changes from
qmail 1.03 to netqmail 1.04.
NOTE: netqmail 1.04 is a community-assembled distribution of qmail from
the official qmail-1.03.tar.gz and patches approved by the community.
D. J. Bernstein did not participate in, nor has he been asked to approve
of this distribution.

netqmail-1.05
-------------
James Craig Burley claims copyright on the qmail-isoc patch. See the file

old-patches/qmail-isoc.patch

for details on James' copyright claim and distribution license.

James' patch has been combined with the original netqmail-1.04 patch
and the result incorporated into a unified netqmail-1.05 patch.

Apart from James' copyrights, no other copyright is claimed by the
distributors of netqmail for changes from qmail 1.03 to netqmail 1.05.

NOTE: netqmail 1.05 is a community-assembled distribution of qmail from
the official qmail-1.03.tar.gz and patches approved by the community.
D. J. Bernstein did not participate in, nor has he been asked to approve
of this distribution.

netqmail-1.06
-------------
The same copyright information as netqmail-1.05 applies to netqmail-1.06
with the addition of D. J. Bernstein's dedication of qmail to the public
domain.
47 README
@@ -1,33 +1,33 @@
qmail 1.03
19980615
Copyright 1998
D. J. Bernstein, qmail@pobox.com

netqmail 1.04
20031024
No copyright claimed for changes from qmail 1.03 to netqmail 1.04
Russell Nelson, nelson@qmail.org
NOTE: netqmail 1.04 is a community-assembled distribution of qmail from
the official qmail-1.03.tar.gz and patches approved by the community.
D. J. Bernstein did not participate in, nor has he been asked to
approve of this distribution.

netqmail 1.05
20040121
netqmail 1.06
20071130
James Craig Burley claims copyright on the qmail-isoc patch. For
more details, see the COPYRIGHTS file shipped with the netqmail-1.05
distribution.
more details, see COPYRIGHT.

James' patch has been combined with the original netqmail-1.04 patch
and the result incorporated into a unified netqmail-1.05 patch.
Apart from James' copyrights, no other copyright is claimed by the
distributors of netqmail for changes from qmail 1.03 to netqmail 1.05.

NOTE: netqmail 1.05 is a community-assembled distribution of qmail from
the official qmail-1.03.tar.gz and patches approved by the community.
Daniel J. Bernstein has abandoned copyright for qmail 1.03.
D. J. Bernstein did not participate in, nor has he been asked to
approve of this distribution.

With this distribution, we thank Daniel Bernstein for his dedication
of qmail to the public domain. We have taken advantage of this event
to remove the need to apply a patch. We will distribute a Netqmail 1.07
shortly which includes enhancements.

Netqmail 1.06 is produced by this motley krewe:

Russ Nelson <nelson@qmail.org>
Charles Cazabon <charlesc-software-netqmail@pyropus.ca>
Dave Sill <de5@sws5.ornl.gov>
Peter Samuel <Peter.Samuel@gormand.com.au>
Henning Brauer <henning@bsws.de>
Andrew Richards <ar-nq@acrconsulting.co.uk>
Richard Lyons <rick-netqmail@frob.com.au>
John Levine <netqmail@johnlevine.com>
Scott Gifford <sgifford@suspectclass.com>
Kyle Wheeler <kyle-netqmail@memoryhole.net>
Wayne Marshall

qmail is a secure, reliable, efficient, simple message transfer agent.
It is meant as a replacement for the entire sendmail-binmail system on
typical Internet-connected UNIX hosts. See BLURB, BLURB2, BLURB3, and
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0.96: ultrix-4.3-1-:pmax-:-:risc-:- (tnx YF)
1.01: ultrix-4.4-0-:-:-:risc-:- (tnx RSK)
1.01: unix_sv-4.2mp-2.1.2-:i386-:-:i386-:- (tnx J2W)

1 THANKS
@@ -10,6 +10,7 @@ AB = Alan Briggs
ABC = Alan B. Clegg
AC = Arne Coucheron
ACB = Andy C. Brandt
ADM = Adam D. Morley
AF = Andreas Faerber
AG = Armin Gruner
AGB = Andre Grosse Bley
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netqmail 1.05
netqmail 1.06
@@ -194,7 +194,7 @@ Blank lines are allowed, but not for the first line of

If
.B .qmail
is world-writable or group-writable,
is world-writable,
.B qmail-local
stops and indicates a temporary failure.
.SH "SAFE QMAIL EDITING"

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