2011年10月11日

[installer 2979] exim-4.77

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☆ exim-4.77
http://www.exim.org/
ftp://ftp.csx.cam.ac.uk/pub/software/email/exim/exim4/exim-4.77.tar.gz

Exim version 4.77
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PP/01 Solaris build fix for Oracle's LDAP libraries.
Bugzilla 1109, patch from Stephen Usher.

TF/01 HP/UX build fix: avoid arithmetic on a void pointer.

TK/01 DKIM Verification: Fix relaxed canon for empty headers w/o
whitespace trailer

TF/02 Fix a couple more cases where we did not log the error message
when unlink() failed. See also change 4.74-TF/03.

TF/03 Make the exiwhat support code safe for signals. Previously Exim might
lock up or crash if it happened to be inside a call to libc when it
got a SIGUSR1 from exiwhat.

The SIGUSR1 handler appends the current process status to the process
log which is later printed by exiwhat. It used to use the general
purpose logging code to do this, but several functions it calls are
not safe for signals.

The new output code in the SIGUSR1 handler is specific to the process
log, and simple enough that it's easy to inspect for signal safety.
Removing some special cases also simplifies the general logging code.
Removing the spurious timestamps from the process log simplifies
exiwhat.

TF/04 Improved ratelimit ACL condition.

The /noupdate option has been deprecated in favour of /readonly which
has clearer semantics. The /leaky, /strict, and /readonly update modes
are mutually exclusive. The update mode is no longer included in the
database key; it just determines when the database is updated. (This
means that when you upgrde Exim will forget old rate measurements.)

Exim now checks that the per_* options are used with an update mode that
makes sense for the current ACL. For example, when Exim is processing a
message (e.g. acl_smtp_rcpt or acl_smtp_data, etc.) you can specify
per_mail/leaky or per_mail/strict; otherwise (e.g. in acl_smtp_helo) you
must specify per_mail/readonly. If you omit the update mode it defaults to
/leaky where that makes sense (as before) or /readonly where required.

The /noupdate option is now undocumented but still supported for
backwards compatibility. It is equivalent to /readonly except that in
ACLs where /readonly is required you may specify /leaky/noupdate or
/strict/noupdate which are treated the same as /readonly.

A useful new feature is the /count= option. This is a generalization
of the per_byte option, so that you can measure the throughput of other
aggregate values. For example, the per_byte option is now equivalent
to per_mail/count=${if >{0}{$message_size} {0} {$message_size} }.

The per_rcpt option has been generalized using the /count= mechanism
(though it's more complicated than the per_byte equivalence). When it is
used in acl_smtp_rcpt, the per_rcpt option adds recipients to the
measured rate one at a time; if it is used later (e.g. in acl_smtp_data)
or in a non-SMTP ACL it adds all the recipients in one go. (The latter
/count=$recipients_count behaviour used to work only in non-SMTP ACLs.)
Note that using per_rcpt with a non-readonly update mode in more than
one ACL will cause the recipients to be double-counted. (The per_mail
and per_byte options don't have this problem.)

The handling of very low rates has changed slightly. If the computed rate
is less than the event's count (usually one) then this event is the first
after a long gap. In this case the rate is set to the same as this event's
count, so that the first message of a spam run is counted properly.

The major new feature is a mechanism for counting the rate of unique
events. The new per_addr option counts the number of different
recipients that someone has sent messages to in the last time period. It
behaves like per_rcpt if all the recipient addresses are different, but
duplicate recipient addresses do not increase the measured rate. Like
the /count= option this is a general mechanism, so the per_addr option
is equivalent to per_rcpt/unique=$local_part@$domain. You can, for
example, measure the rate that a client uses different sender addresses
with the options per_mail/unique=$sender_address. There are further
details in the main documentation.

TF/05 Removed obsolete $Cambridge$ CVS revision strings.

TF/06 Removed a few PCRE remnants.

TF/07 Automatically extract Exim's version number from tags in the git
repository when doing development or release builds.

PP/02 Raise smtp_cmd_buffer_size to 16kB.
Bugzilla 879. Patch from Paul Fisher.

PP/03 Implement SSL-on-connect outbound with protocol=smtps on smtp transport.
Heavily based on revision 40f9a89a from Simon Arlott's tree.
Bugzilla 97.

PP/04 Use .dylib instead of .so for dynamic library loading on MacOS.

PP/05 Variable $av_failed, true if the AV scanner deferred.
Bugzilla 1078. Patch from John Horne.

PP/06 Stop make process more reliably on build failure.
Bugzilla 1087. Patch from Heiko Schlittermann.

PP/07 Make maildir_use_size_file an _expandable_ boolean.
Bugzilla 1089. Patch from Heiko Schlittermann.

PP/08 Handle ${run} returning more data than OS pipe buffer size.

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