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Name: sendmail-starttls Distribution: openSUSE Leap 42.3
Version: 8.15.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 6.1 Build date: Thu Jul 20 16:47:03 2017
Group: Productivity/Networking/Security Build host: obs-power8-05
Size: 0 Source RPM: sendmail-8.15.2-6.1.src.rpm
Summary: BSD Sendmail Starttls helper scripts
This package includes the directory layout as well as some useful
helper scripts for better SSL/TLS support.

"sendmail" is a trademark of Sendmail, Inc.






* Wed Jul 19 2017
  -  Change requirements for libmilter and sendmail-devel as
    the library is also used by other MTA like postfix (boo#1049188)
* Thu May 11 2017
  - Require user and group mail
* Wed Apr 12 2017
  - Add bitdomain and uudomain to possible targets for refresh
* Wed Apr 12 2017
  - Change spec file name scheme used for getting soname down into
* Tue Apr 11 2017
  - Replace a find|xargs rm by -delete
* Thu Mar 23 2017
  - New package libmilter1_0 for the shared library version of
    libmilter, the  Sendmail Content Management API
  - Also new package libmilter-doc for the substantial documentation
    about Sendmail Content Management API (milter)
  - Make sendmail-tls a noarch package
* Mon Mar 06 2017
  - Require m4 at build time
* Mon Feb 20 2017
  - Don't use insserv together with systemd
* Mon Sep 26 2016
  - Use _unitdir macro instead asking pkg config of systemd
* Tue Jul 19 2016
  - Fix License: Even lists
    "Sendmail" as the valid identifier. Same as does. "Sendmail License" is in the
    column "Full Name". The License: tag requires the identifier.
  - Fix some more rpmlint warnings:
    + sendmail: W: suse-missing-rclink sendmail:
    - Ship /usr/sbin/rcsendmail symlink to /usr/sbin/service
    + sendmail: W: suse-missing-rclink sendmail-client
    - Ship /usr/sbin/rcsendmail-client symlink to /usr/sbin/service
    + sendmail: W: suse-wrong-suse-capitalisation:
    - Rename README.SuSE to README.SUSE (fix spelling also inside
      the file).
    + sendmail: W: permissions-dir-without-slash
    - Fix permissions and permissions.paranoid inside
    + sendmail: W: systemd-service-without-service_del_postun:
    - Add corresponding macros to postun script when not building
      with sysvinit support.
    + sendmail: W: systemd-service-without-service_add_pre:
    - Add corresponding macros to pre script when not building
      with sysvinit support.
* Thu Jun 16 2016
  - Drop unused patch:
    * sendmail-8.14.7-warning.patch
* Thu Jun 16 2016
  - Split uucp to separate package, no technical reason for it to not
    stand on its own
  - Drop uucp related patches:
    + uucp-1.07-contrib.dif
    + uucp-1.07-cu.patch
    + uucp-1.07-grade.patch
    + uucp-1.07-lockdev.patch
    + uucp-1.07.dif
    + uucp-texinfo-5.0.patch
    + drop_ftime.patch
* Thu May 19 2016
  - Do not use as reference for the Sendmail
    license even if stated by rpmlint but
* Thu Apr 14 2016
  - Avoid warning from chkstat due slash on directory path as last character
* Thu Apr 14 2016
  - Update to sendmail 8.15.2 (boo#975416)
    * If FEATURE(`nopercenthack') is used then some bogus input triggered
      a recursion which was caught and logged as
      SYSERR: rewrite: excessive recursion (max 50) ...
      Fix based on patch from Ondrej Holas.
    * DHParameters now by default uses an included 2048 bit prime.
      The value 'none' previously caused a log entry claiming
      there was an error "cannot read or set DH parameters".
      Also note that this option applies to the server side only.
    * The U= mailer field didn't accept group names containing hyphens,
      underbars, or periods.  Based on patch from David Gwynne
      of the University of Queensland.
    * CONFIG: Allow connections from IPv6:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 to relay again.
      Patch from Lars-Johan Liman of Netnod Internet Exchange.
    * CONFIG: New option UseCompressedIPv6Addresses to select between
      compressed and uncompressed IPv6 addresses.  The default
      value depends on the compile-time option IPV6_FULL:
      For 1 the default is False, for 0 it is True, thus
      preserving the current behaviour.  Based on patch from
      John Beck of Oracle.
    * CONFIG: Account for IPv6 localhost addresses in
      FEATURE(`block_bad_helo').  Suggested by Andrey Chernov
      from FreeBSD and Robert Scheck from the Fedora Project.
    * CONFIG: Account for IPv6 localhost addresses in check_mail ruleset.
    * LIBMILTER: Deal with more invalid protocol data to avoid potential
      crashes.  Problem noted by Dimitri Kirchner.
    * LIBMILTER: Allow a milter to specify an empty macro list ("", not
      NULL) in smfi_setsymlist() so no macro is sent for the
      selected stage.
    * MAKEMAP: A change to check TrustedUser in fewer cases which was
      made in 2013 caused a potential regression when makemap
      was run as root (which should not be done anyway).
    * SECURITY: Properly set the close-on-exec flag for file descriptors
      (except stdin, stdout, and stderr) before executing mailers.
    * If header rewriting fails due to a temporary map lookup failure,
      queue the mail for later retry instead of sending it
      without rewriting the header.  Note: this is done
      while the mail is being sent and hence the transaction
      is aborted, which only works for SMTP/LMTP mailers
      hence the handling of temporary map failures is
      suppressed for other mailers. SMTP/LMTP servers may
      complain about aborted transactions when this problem
      See also "DNS Lookups" in sendmail/TUNING.
    * Incompatible Change: Use uncompressed IPv6 addresses by default,
      i.e., they will not contain "::".  For example,
      instead of ::1 it will be 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1.  This
      permits a zero subnet to have a more specific match,
      such as different map entries for IPv6:0:0 vs IPv6:0.
      This change requires that configuration data
      (including maps, files, classes, custom ruleset,
      etc) must use the same format, so make certain such
      configuration data is updated before using 8.15.
      As a very simple check search for patterns like
      'IPv6:[0-9a-fA-F:]*::' and 'IPv6::'. If necessary,
      the prior format can be retained by compiling with:
      APPENDDEF(`conf_sendmail_ENVDEF', `-DIPV6_FULL=0')
      in your devtools/Site/site.config.m4 file.
    * If a connection to the MTA is dropped by the client before its
      hostname can be validated, treat it as "may be forged",
      so that the unvalidated hostname is not passed to a
      milter in xxfi_connect().
    * Add a timeout for communication with socket map servers
      which can be specified using the -d option.
    * Add a compile time option HESIOD_ALLOW_NUMERIC_LOGIN to allow
      numeric logins even if HESIOD is enabled.
    - sendmail 8.15.1
    * The new option CertFingerprintAlgorithm specifies the finger-
      print algorithm (digest) to use for the presented cert.
      If the option is not set, md5 is used and the macro
      {cert_md5} contains the cert fingerprint.
      However, if the option is set, the specified algorithm
      (e.g., sha1) is used and the macro {cert_fp} contains
      the cert fingerprint.
      That is, as long as the option is not set, the behaviour
      does not change, but otherwise, {cert_md5} is superseded
      by {cert_fp} even if you set CertFingerprintAlgorithm
      to md5.
    * The options ServerSSLOptions and ClientSSLOptions can be used
      to set SSL options for the server and client side
      respectively. See SSL_CTX_set_options(3) for a list.
      Note: this change turns on SSL_OP_NO_SSLv2 and
      SSL_OP_NO_TICKET for the client. See doc/op/
      for details.
    * The option CipherList sets the list of ciphers for STARTTLS.
      See ciphers(1) for possible values.
    * Do not log "STARTTLS: internal error: tls_verify_cb: ssl == NULL"
      if a CRLFfile is in use (and LogLevel is 14 or higher.)
    * Store a more specific TLS protocol version in ${tls_version}
      instead of a generic one, e.g., TLSv1 instead of
    * Properly set {client_port} value on little endian machines.
      Patch from Kelsey Cummings of
    * Per RFC 3848, indicate in the Received: header whether SSL or
      SMTP AUTH was negotiated by setting the protocol clause
      to ESMTPS, ESMTPA, or ESMTPSA instead of ESMTP.
    * If the 'C' flag is listed as TLSSrvOptions the requirement for the
      TLS server to have a cert is removed.  This only works
      under very specific circumstances and should only be used
      if the consequences are understood, e.g., clients
      may not work with a server using this.
    * The options ClientCertFile, ClientKeyFile, ServerCertFile, and
      ServerKeyFile can take a second file name, which must be
      separated from the first with a comma (note: do not use
      any spaces) to set up a second cert/key pair. This can
      be used to have certs of different types, e.g., RSA
      and DSA.
    * A new map type "arpa" is available to reverse an IP (IPv4 or IPv6)
      address. It returns the string for the PTR lookup, but
      without trailing {ip6,in-addr}.arpa.
    * New operation mode  'C' just checks the configuration file, e.g.,
      sendmail -C -bC
      will perform a basic syntax/consistency check of
    * The mailer flag 'I' is deprecated and will be removed in a
      future version.
    * Allow local (not just TCP) socket connections to the server, e.g.,
      O DaemonPortOptions=Family=local, Addr=/var/mta/server.sock
      can be used.
    * If the new option MaxQueueAge is set to a value greater than zero,
      entries in the queue will be retried during a queue run
      only if the individual retry time has been reached which
      is doubled for each attempt.  The maximum retry time is
      limited by the specified value.
    * New DontBlameSendmail option GroupReadableDefaultAuthInfoFile
      to relax requirement for DefaultAuthInfo file.
    * Reset timeout after receiving a message to appropriate value if
      STARTTLS is in use.  Based on patch by Kelsey Cummings
    * Report correct error messages from the LDAP library for a range of
      small negative return values covering those used by OpenLDAP.
    * Fix compilation with Berkeley DB 5.0 and 6.0.  Patch from
      Allan E Johannesen of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
    * CONFIG: FEATURE(`nopercenthack') takes one parameter: reject or
      nospecial which describes whether to disallow "%" in the
      local part of an address.
    * DEVTOOLS: Fix regression in auto-detection of libraries when only
      shared libraries are available.  Problem reported by
      Bryan Costales.
    * LIBMILTER: Mark communication socket as close-on-exec in case
      a user's filter starts other applications.
      Based on patch from Paul Howarth.
  - Modified patches
    sendmail-8.14.9.dif becomes sendmail-8.15.2.dif
    Removed patches
* Tue Dec 01 2015
  -  Do not enforce dependencies like for amavis and saslauthd
* Mon May 26 2014
  - Add patch sendmail-fd-passing-libmilter.patch from Debian sendmail
    maintainer Mikhail Gusarov to support systemd socket activation
    support also in libmilter (bnc#879790)
  - Be aware that /var/run is a symbolic link to /run a tmpfs file
* Fri May 23 2014
  - Update to sendmail 8.14.9
    * Properly set the close-on-exec flag for file descriptors
      (except stdin, stdout, and stderr) before executing mailers.
    * Fix a misformed comment in conf.c: "/*" within comment
      which may cause a compilation error on some systems.
      Problem reported by John Beck of Oracle.
    * Fix regression in auto-detection of libraries when only
      shared libraries are available.  Problem reported by
      Bryan Costales.
  - Modify patch sendmail-8.14.8.dif which is now sendmail-8.14.9.dif
* Wed Apr 02 2014
  - In systemd is gone even if there are
    MTAs around which will be started without socket/bus activation
* Tue Apr 01 2014
  - Update to sendmail 8.14.8 (bnc#871258)
    * Properly initialize all OpenSSL algorithms for versions before
      OpenSSL 0.9.8o. Without this SHA2 algorithms may not
      work properly, causing for example failures for certs
      that use sha256WithRSAEncryption as signature algorithm.
    * When looking up hostnames, ensure only to return those records
      for the requested family (AF_INET or AF_INET6).
      On system that have NEEDSGETIPNODE and NETINET6
      this may have failed and cause delivery problems.
      Problem noted by Kees Cook.
    * A new mailer flag '!' is available to suppress an MH hack
      that drops an explicit From: header if it is the
      same as what sendmail would generate.
    * Add an FFR (for future release) to use uncompressed IPv6 addresses,
      i.e., they will not contain "::".  For example, instead
      of ::1 it will be 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1.  This means that
      configuration data (including maps, files, classes,
      custom ruleset, etc) have to use the same format.
      This will be turned on in 8.15.  It can be enabled in 8.14
      by compiling with:
      APPENDDEF(`conf_sendmail_ENVDEF', `-D_FFR_IPV6_FULL')
      in your devtools/Site/site.config.m4 file.
    * Add an additional case for the WorkAroundBrokenAAAA check when
      dealing with broken nameservers by ignoring SERVFAIL
      errors returned on T_AAAA (IPv6) lookups at delivery time.
      Problem noted by Pavel Timofeev of OCS.
    * If available, pass LOGIN_SETCPUMASK and LOGIN_SETLOGINCLASS to
      setusercontext() on deliveries as a different user.
      Patch from Edward Tomasz Napierala from FreeBSD.
    * Add support for DHParameters 2048-bit primes.
    * CONFIG: Accept IPv6 literals when evaluating the HELO/EHLO argument
      in FEATURE(`block_bad_helo').  Suggested by Andrey Chernov.
    * LIBSMDB: Add a missing check for malloc() in libsmdb/smndbm.c.
      Patch from Bill Parker.
    * LIBSMDB: Fix minor memory leaks in libsmdb/ if allocations
      fail.  Patch from John Beck of Oracle.
    * Portability:
      On Linux use socklen_t as the type for the 3rd argument
      for getsockname/getpeername if the glibc version is at
      least 2.1.
  - Add patch sendmail-8.14.8-m4header.patch from upstream
  - Update patch sendmail-8.14.7.dif to sendmail-8.14.8.dif
  - Modify the service files to be able to restart if a reload fails
    as well as use sync targets and Also propagate reload from main service to
    client service and install both
* Sun Mar 23 2014
  - Use _GNU_SOURCE in CFLAGS and %_smp_mflags at make, maybe related
    to bnc#865232, that is do not reset signal handler but SA_RESTART
* Wed Dec 18 2013
  - Do not use but to make sure that
    failing remote/cifs shares let sendmail fail (bnc#855688)
* Tue Oct 08 2013
  - Add config.starttls script to ask mail/imap server for certificates
* Tue Oct 01 2013
  - Add saslauthd as optional requirement in the systemd service unit
  - Split off SuSE specific file into a own tar ball
  - Avoid SysVinit boot scripts on systemd based systems
* Mon Sep 09 2013
  - Edit existing /etc/sysconfig/sendmail to add Command line (bnc#839033)
  - Add a config.sendmail script which calls the update script verbosely
* Thu Aug 08 2013
  - Use /etc/os-release instead of /etc/SuSE-release (bnc#833953)
* Mon Jul 15 2013
  - New rpm had removed "prereq" flag from installation script bits
    that is that `Requires(prereq)' is not valid anymore :(((
* Sun Jun 16 2013
  - sendmail-8.14.7.dif forces the use of SSL and SASL libraries,
    so make sure the BuildRequires are there
* Fri Jun 14 2013
  - Add sendmail-db6.diff to fix compile abort with db >= 5
* Tue May 28 2013
  - Fix errors in systemd services (bnc#820858).
* Tue Apr 23 2013
  - Remove FAQ.sendmail-8.14 but use a html link to upstream support
* Tue Apr 23 2013
  - Update to sendmail 8.14.7
    * Drop support for IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses to prevent the MTA
      from using a mapped address over a legitimate IPv6 address
      and to enforce the proper semantics over the IPv6
      connection.  Problem noted by Ulrich Sporlein.
    * Fix a regression introduced in 8.14.6: the wrong list of
      macros was sent to a milter in the EHLO stage.
      Problem found by Fabrice Bellet, reported via RedHat
      (Jaroslav Skarvada).
    * Fix handling of ORCPT parameter for DSNs: xtext decoding
      was not performed and a wrong syntax check was applied
      to the "addr-type" field.  Problem noted by Dan Lukes
      of Obludarium.
    * Fix handling of NUL characters in the MIME conversion functions
      so that message bodies containing them will be sent
      on properly. Note: this usually also affects mails
      that are not converted as those functions are used
      for other purposes too.  Problem noted by Elchonon
      Edelson of Lockheed Martin.
    * Do not perform "duplicate" elimination of recipients if they
      resolve to the error mailer using a temporary failure
      (4xy) via ruleset 0.  Problem noted by Akira Takahashi
      of IIJ.
    * CONTRIB: Updated version of script from John Beck
      of Oracle.
  - Update to sendmail 8.14.6
    * Fix a regression introduced in 8.14.5: if a server offers
      two AUTH lines, the MTA would not read them after
      STARTTLS has been used and hence SMTP AUTH for
      the client side would fail.  Problem noted by Lena.
    * Do not cache hostnames internally in a non case sensitive way
      as that may cause addresses to change from lower case
      to upper case or vice versa. These header modifications
      can cause problems with milters that rely on receiving
      headers in the same way as they are being sent out such
      as a DKIM signing milter.
    * If MaxQueueChildren is set then it was possible that new queue
      runners could not be started anymore because an
      internal counter was subject to a race condition.
    * If a milter decreases the timeout it waits for a communication
      with the MTA, the MTA might experience a write() timeout.
      In some situations, the resulting error might have been
      ignored.  Problem noted by Werner Wiethege.
      Note: decreasing the communication timeout in a milter
      should not be done without considering the potential
    * smfi_setsymlist() now properly sets the list of macros for
      the milter which invoked it, instead of a global
      list for all milters.  Problem reported by
      David Shrimpton of the University of Queensland.
    * If Timeout.resolver.retrans is set to a value larger than 20,
      then resolver.retry was temporarily set to 0 for
      gethostbyaddr() lookups. Now it is set to 1 instead.
      Patch from Peter.
    * If sendmail could not lock the statistics file due to a system
      error, and sendmail later sends a DSN for a mail that
      triggered such an error, then sendmail tried to access
      memory that was freed before (causing a crash on some
      systems).  Problem reported by Ryan Stone.
    * Do not log negative values for size= nor pri= to avoid confusing
      log parsers, instead limit the values to LONG_MAX.
    * Account for an API change in newer versions of Cyrus-SASL.
      Patch from Hajimu UMEMOTO from FreeBSD.
    * Do not try to resolve link-local addresses for IPv4 (just as it
      is done for IPv6).  Patch from John Beck of Oracle.
    * Improve logging of client and server STARTTLS connection failures
      that may be due to incompatible cipher lists by including
      the reason for the failure in a single log line.  Suggested
      by James Carey of Boeing.
  - Drop sendmail-8.14.5-auth2.patch0 as this is part of 8.14.6
  - Add sendmail-8.14.7-warning.patch to avoid useless gcc warning
  - Refresh sendmail-8.14.7-select.dif
  - Refresh sendmail-8.14.7.dif
* Fri Oct 26 2012
  - explicit buildrequire on groff, called from spec file
* Thu Oct 11 2012
  - buildrequire netcfg explicitly
* Fri Jul 13 2012
  - Make if build even with older distributions
* Fri Jul 13 2012
  - Use UTF-8 messages
* Fri Jul 13 2012
  - Do not depend on broken umask in rpm scriptlets
* Tue Jun 19 2012
  - Make SuSEconfig.sendmail a standalone update script (fate#313548)
* Fri May 25 2012
  - Help to do systemctl the obvoisly (bnc#754544)
* Thu Feb 09 2012
  - license update: SUSE-Sendmail
    SUSE- proprietary prefix added until Sendmail is accepted as valid SPDX
    license at
* Mon Nov 21 2011
  - Allow sendmail to authenticate as client to various mail servers
    in TLS mode even if servers send 2 headers (bnc#731658)
* Thu Aug 18 2011
  - Expand systemd configuration at build time
* Fri Aug 12 2011
  - Use Pre exec files for configuration on the fly
* Thu Aug 11 2011
  - Socket activation does not work for sendmail even with -bs
    on the command line of sendmail and StandardInput=socket
* Mon Aug 08 2011
  - The approach of using makefiles requires make for sendmail
* Fri Aug 05 2011
  - Make /var/run a ghost entry in spec as this is a tmpfs now and
    create it at start of sendmail if it does not exist (bnc#710279)
  - First try of using systemd unit configration files for both
    sendmail MTA and sendmail MT client.  Try to start them on
    demand using systemd unit socket files for both local and remote
    network as well as systemd unit path file for local mail queue
* Tue May 31 2011
  - Update to sendmail 8.14.5
    * Do not cache SMTP extensions across connections as the cache is
      based on hostname which may not be a unique identifier for a
      server, i.e., different machines may have the same hostname but
      provide different SMTP extensions.  Problem noted by Jim Hermann.
    * Avoid an out-of-bounds access in case a resolver reply for a DNS
      map lookup returns a size larger than 1K.  Based on a patch
      from Dr. Werner Fink of SuSE.
    * If a job is aborted using the interrupt signal (e.g., control-C
      from the keyboard), perform minimal cleanup to avoid invoking
      functions that are not signal-safe. Note: in previous versions
      the mail might have been queued up already and would be
      delivered subsequently, now an interrupt will always remove the
      queue files and thus prevent delivery.
    * Per RFC 6176, when operating as a TLS client, do not offer SSLv2.
    * Since TLS session resumption is never used as a client, disable
      use of RFC 4507-style session tickets.
    * Work around gcc4 versions which reverse 25 years of history and
      no longer align char buffers on the stack, breaking calls to
      resolver functions on strict alignment platforms.
      Found by Stuart Henderson of OpenBSD.
    * Read at most two AUTH lines from a server greeting (up to two
      lines are read because servers may use "AUTH mechs" and
      "AUTH=mechs"). Otherwise a malicious server may exhaust the
      memory of the client.  Bug report by Nils of MWR InfoSecurity.
    * Avoid triggering an assertion in the OpenLDAP code when the
      connection to an LDAP server is lost while making a query.
      Problem noted and patch provided by Andy Fiddaman.
    * If ConnectOnlyTo is set and sendmail is compiled with NETINET6
      it would try to use an IPv6 address if an IPv4 (or unparseable)
      address is specified.
    * If SASLv2 is used, make sure that the macro {auth_authen} is
      stored in xtext format to avoid problems with parsing it.
      Problem noted by Christophe Wolfhugel.
    * CONFIG: FEATURE(`ldap_routing') in 8.14.4 tried to add a missing
    - T<TMPF> that is required, but failed for some cases that did
      not use LDAP.  This change has been undone until a better
      solution can be implemented.  Problem found by Andy Fiddaman.
    * CONTRIB: Deal with H entries that do not have a letter
      between the question marks.  Patch from Stefan Christensen.
    * DOC: Use a better description for the -i option in sendmail.
      Patch from Mitchell Berger.
  - Add defines for nanaosleep and socklen_t for linux in conf.h
* Tue Dec 07 2010
  - prereq init scripts network and syslog
* Thu Sep 30 2010
  - Removed version-specific libdb-4_5-devel from BuildRequires to be
    able to build against newer libdb Versions.
* Fri Jul 16 2010
  - Newer killproc sends only SIGTERM as required by LSB if -TERM is
    specified on the command line.  Use the default which is SIGTERM
    followed by SIGKILL if the timeout of 5 seconds is reached.
* Fri Feb 05 2010
  - Use upstream patch for bnc#559517
* Wed Jan 27 2010
  - Update to bug fix release sendmail 8.14.4
    * Handle bogus certificates containing NUL characters
      in CNs by placing a string indicating a bad certificate
      in the {cn_subject} or {cn_issuer} macro.  Patch inspired
      by Matthias Andree's changes for fetchmail.
    * During the generation of a queue identifier an integer overflow
      could occur which might result in bogus characters
      being used.  Based on patch from John Vannoy of
      Pepperdine University.
    * Prevent a crash when a hostname lookup returns a seemingly
      valid result which contains a NULL pointer (this seems
      to be happening on some Linux versions).
    * Fix overflow of an internal array when parsing some replies
      from a milter.  Problem found by Scott Rotondo
    * Fix handling of `b' modifier for DaemonPortOptions on little
      endian machines for loopback address.  Patch from
      John Beck of Sun Microsystems.
    * Fix a potential memory leak in libsmdb/smdb1.c found by parfait.
      Based on patch from Jonathan Gray of OpenBSD.
    * Fix memory leak that occurred when smfi_setsymlist()
      was used.  Based on patch by Dan Lukes.
  - Add patch to avoid overflow of buffer for DNS resolver (bnc#559517)



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