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Name: postfix Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 3.4.7 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.2.3.1 Build date: Wed Dec 9 23:54:54 2020
Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Servers Build host: cloud121
Size: 3357042 Source RPM: postfix-3.4.7-lp152.2.3.1.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://www.postfix.org
Summary: A fast, secure, and flexible mailer
Postfix aims to be an alternative to the widely-used sendmail program.

Provides

Requires

License

IPL-1.0 OR EPL-2.0

Changelog

* Thu Nov 26 2020 Peter Varkoly <varkoly@suse.com>
  - bsc#1176650 L3: What is regularly triggering the "fillup"
    command and changing modify-time of /etc/sysconfig/postfix?
    o Remove miss placed fillup_only call from %verifyscript
* Tue Sep 24 2019 Martin Liška <mliska@suse.cz>
  - Backport deprecated-RES_INSECURE1.patch in order to fix
    boo#1149705.
* Sun Sep 22 2019 Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com>
  - Update to 3.4.7:
    * Robustness: the tlsproxy(8) daemon could go into a loop, logging
      a flood of error messages. Problem reported by Andreas Schulze
      after enabling SMTP/TLS connection reuse.
    * Workaround: OpenSSL changed an SSL_Shutdown() non-error result
      value into an error result value, causing logfile noise.
    * Configuration: the new 'TLS fast shutdown' parameter name was
      implemented incorrectly. The documentation said
      "tls_fast_shutdown_enable", but the code said "tls_fast_shutdown".
      This was fixed by changing the code, because no-one is expected
      to override the default.
    * Performance: workaround for poor TCP loopback performance on
      LINUX, where getsockopt(..., TCP_MAXSEG, ...) reports a bogus
      TCP maximal segment size that is 1/2 to 1/3 of the real MSS.
      To avoid client-side Nagle delays or server-side delayed ACKs
      caused by multiple smaller-than-MSS writes, Postfix chooses a
      VSTREAM buffer size that is a small multiple of the reported
      bogus MSS. This workaround increases the multiplier from 2x to
      4x.
    * Robustness: the Postfix Dovecot client could segfault (null
      pointer read) or cause an SMTP server assertion to fail when
      talking to a fake Dovecot server. The Postfix Dovecot client
      now logs a proper error instead.
* Thu Sep 19 2019 Peter Varkoly <varkoly@suse.com>
  - bsc#1120757 L3: File Permissions->Paranoid can cause a system hang
    Break loop if postfix has no permission in spool directory.
    - add postfix-avoid-infinit-loop-if-no-permission.patch
* Fri Aug 09 2019 chris@computersalat.de
  - fix for boo#1144946
    mydestination - missing default localhost
    * update config.postfix
* Fri Jul 26 2019 Peter Varkoly <varkoly@suse.com>
  - bsc#1142881 - mkpostfixcert from Postfix still uses md
* Thu Jul 25 2019 matthias.gerstner@suse.com
  - removal of SuSEfirewall2 service, since SuSEfirewall2 has been replaced by
    firewalld, see [1].
    [1]: https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2019-01/msg00490.html
* Sun Jul 21 2019 chris@computersalat.de
  - update example POSTFIX_BASIC_SPAM_PREVENTION: permit_mynetworks for
    * POSTFIX_SMTPD_HELO_RESTRICTIONS
    * POSTFIX_SMTPD_RECIPIENT_RESTRICTIONS
  - fix for: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket
    '/run/mysql/mysql.sock'
    * update config.postfix
    * update update_chroot.systemd
* Wed Jul 03 2019 Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com>
  - Update to 3.4.6:
    * Workaround for implementations that hang Postfix while shutting
      down a TLS session, until Postfix times out. With
      "tls_fast_shutdown_enable = yes" (the default), Postfix no
      longer waits for the TLS peer to respond to a TLS 'close'
      request. This is recommended with TLSv1.0 and later.
    * Fixed a too-strict censoring filter that broke multiline Milter
      responses for header/body events. Problem report by Andreas
      Thienemann.
    * The code to reset Postfix SMTP server command counts was not
      called after a HaProxy handshake failure, causing stale numbers
      to be reported. Problem report by Joseph Ward.
    * postconf(5) documentation: tlsext_padding is not a tls_ssl_options
      feature.
    * smtp(8) documentation: updated the BUGS section text about
      Postfix support to reuse open TLS connections.
    * Portability: added "#undef sun" to util/unix_dgram_connect.c.
* Wed Jun 26 2019 Peter Varkoly <varkoly@suse.com>
  - Ensure that postfix is member of all groups as before.
* Wed Jun 12 2019 Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@opensuse.org>
  - BuildRequire pkgconfig(systemd) instead of systemd: allow OBS to
    shortcut the build queues by allowing usage of systemd-mini
* Thu Jun 06 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <tchvatal@suse.com>
  - Drop the omc config fate#301838:
    * it is obsolete since SLE11
* Wed May 08 2019 Peter Varkoly <varkoly@suse.com>
  - bsc#1104543 config.postfix does not start tlsmgr in master.cf
    when using POSTFIX_SMTP_TLS_CLIENT="must". Applyed the proposed
    patch.
* Sun Mar 31 2019 Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com>
  - Update to 3.4.5:
    Bugfix (introduced: Postfix 3.0): LMTP connections over
    UNIX-domain sockets were cached but not reused, due to a
    cache lookup key mismatch. Therefore, idle cached connections
    could exhaust LMTP server resources, resulting in two-second
    pauses between email deliveries. This problem was investigated
    by Juliana Rodrigueiro. File: smtp/smtp_connect.c.
* Mon Mar 18 2019 Peter Varkoly <varkoly@suse.com>
  - Update to 3.4.4
    o Incompatible changes
    - The Postfix SMTP server announces CHUNKING (BDAT
      command) by default. In the unlikely case that this breaks some
      important remote SMTP client, disable the feature as follows:
      /etc/postfix/main.cf:
      [#] The logging alternative:
      smtpd_discard_ehlo_keywords = chunking
      [#] The non-logging alternative:
      smtpd_discard_ehlo_keywords = chunking, silent_discard
    - This introduces a new master.cf service 'postlog'
      with type 'unix-dgram' that is used by the new postlogd(8) daemon.
      Before backing out to an older Postfix version, edit the master.cf
      file and remove the postlog entry.
    - Postfix 3.4 drops support for OpenSSL 1.0.1
    - To avoid performance loss under load, the
      tlsproxy(8) daemon now requires a zero process limit in master.cf
      (this setting is provided with the default master.cf file). By
      default, a tlsproxy(8) process will retire after several hours.
    - To set the tlsproxy process limit to zero:
      postconf -F tlsproxy/unix/process_limit=0
      postfix reload
    o Major changes
    - Postfix SMTP server support for RFC 3030 CHUNKING
      (the BDAT command) without BINARYMIME, in both smtpd(8) and
      postscreen(8). This has no effect on Milters, smtpd_mumble_restrictions,
      and smtpd_proxy_filter. See BDAT_README for more.
    - Support for logging to file or stdout, instead of using syslog.
    - Logging to file solves a usability problem for MacOS, and
      eliminates multiple problems with systemd-based systems.
    - Logging to stdout is useful when Postfix runs in a container, as
      it eliminates a syslogd dependency.
    - Better handling of undocumented(!) Linux behavior
      whether or not signals are delivered to a PID=1 process.
    - Support for (key, list of filenames) in map source text.
      Currently, this feature is used only by tls_server_sni_maps.
    - Automatic retirement: dnsblog(8) and tlsproxy(8) process
      will now voluntarily retire after after max_idle*max_use, or some
      sane limit if either limit is disabled. Without this, a process
      could stay busy for days or more.
    - Postfix SMTP client support for multiple deliveries
      per TLS-encrypted connection. This is primarily to improve mail
      delivery performance for destinations that throttle clients when
      they don't combine deliveries.
      This feature is enabled with "smtp_tls_connection_reuse=yes" in
      main.cf, or with "tls_connection_reuse=yes" in smtp_tls_policy_maps.
      It supports all Postfix TLS security levels including dane and
      dane-only.
    - SNI support in the Postfix SMTP server, the
      Postfix SMTP client, and in the tlsproxy(8) daemon (both server and
      client roles). See the postconf(5) documentation for the new
      tls_server_sni_maps and smtp_tls_servername parameters.
    - Support for files that contain multiple (key, certificate, trust chain)
      instances. This was required to implement
      server-side SNI table lookups, but it also eliminates the need for
      separate cert/key files for RSA, DSA, Elliptic Curve, and so on.
    - Support for smtpd_reject_footer_maps (as well as the postscreen
      variant postscreen_reject_footer_maps) for more informative reject
      messages. This is indexed with the Postfix SMTP server response
      text, and overrides the footer specified with smtpd_reject_footer.
      One will want to use a pcre: or regexp: map with this.
    o Bugfixes
    - Andreas Schulze discovered that reject_multi_recipient_bounce
      was producing false rejects with BDAT commands. This problem
      already existed with Postfix 2.2 smtpd_end_of_data_restrictons.
      Postfix 3.4.4 fixes both.
* Tue Mar 05 2019 Jiri Slaby <jslaby@suse.com>
  - postfix-linux45.patch: support also newer kernels -- pretend
    we are still at kernel 3. Note that there are no conditionals for
    LINUX3 or LINUX4. And LINUX5 was generated, but not tested in the
    code which caused build failures.
* Mon Mar 04 2019 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
  - skip set -x and fix version update changes entry
* Sat Mar 02 2019 Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com>
  - Update to 3.3.3
    * When the master daemon runs with PID=1 (init mode), it will now
      reap child processes from non-Postfix code running in the same
      container, instead of terminating with a panic.
    * Bugfix (introduced: postfix-2.11): with posttls-finger,
      connections to unix-domain servers always resulted in "Failed
      to establish session" even after a connection was established.
      Jaroslav Skarva.  File: posttls-finger/posttls-finger.c.
    * Bugfix (introduced: Postfix 3.0): with smtputf8_enable=yes,
      table lookups could casefold the search string when searching
      a lookup table that does not use fixed-string keys (regexp,
      pcre, tcp, etc.). Historically, Postfix would not case-fold
      the search string with such tables. File: util/dict_utf8.c.
* Fri Mar 01 2019 Reinhard Max <max@suse.com>
  - PostrgeSQL's pg_config is meant for linking server extensions,
    use libpq's pkg-config instead, if available.
    This is needed to fix build with PostgreSQL 11.
* Thu Feb 07 2019 chris@computersalat.de
  - rework config.postfix
    * disable commenting of smtpd_sasl_path/smtpd_sasl_type
      no need to comment, cause it is set to default anyway
      and 'uncommenting' would place it at end of file then
      which is not wanted
* Sat Jan 26 2019 chris@computersalat.de
  - rework postfix-main.cf.patch
    * disable virtual_alias_domains cause (default: $virtual_alias_maps)
  - rework config.postfix
    * disable PCONF of virtual_alias_domains
      virtual_alias_maps will be set anyway to the correct value
    * extend virtual_alias_maps with
    - mysql_virtual_alias_domain_maps.cf
    - mysql_virtual_alias_domain_catchall_maps.cf
  - rework postfix-mysql, added
    * mysql_virtual_alias_domain_maps.cf
    * mysql_virtual_alias_domain_catchall_maps.cf
    needed for reject_unverified_recipient
* Thu Dec 13 2018 malte.kraus@suse.com
  - binary hardening: link with full RELRO
* Sun Nov 25 2018 Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com>
  - Update to 3.3.2
    * Support for OpenSSL 1.1.1 and TLSv1.3.
    * Bugfixes:
    - smtpd_discard_ehlo_keywords could not disable "SMTPUTF8", because
      some lookup table was using "EHLO_MASK_SMTPUTF8" instead.
    - minor memory leak in DANE support when minting issuer certs.
    - The Postfix build did not abort if the m4 command was not installed,
      resulting in a broken postconf command.
* Sat Nov 24 2018 chris@computersalat.de
  - add POSTFIX_RELAY_DOMAINS
    * more flexibility to add to relay_domains without breaking
      config.postfix
    * rework restriction examples in sysconf.postfix
      based on postfix-buch.com (2. edtion by Hildebrandt, Koetter)
  - disable weak cipher: RC4
    after check with https://ssl-tools.net/mailservers
* Mon Oct 22 2018 chris@computersalat.de
  - update config.postfix
    * don't reject mail from authenticated users even if
      reject_unknown_client_hostname would match,
      add permit_sasl_authenticated to all restrictions
      requires smtpd_delay_reject = yes
  - update postfix-main.cf.patch
    * recover removed setting smtpd_sasl_path and smtpd_sasl_type,
      set to default value
      config.postfix will not 'enable' (remove #) var, but place
      modified (enabled) var at end of file, far away from place
      where it should be
  - rebase patches
    * fix-postfix-script.patch
    * postfix-vda-v14-3.0.3.patch
    * postfix-linux45.patch
    * postfix-master.cf.patch
    * pointer_to_literals.patch
    * postfix-no-md5.patch
* Thu Oct 04 2018 varkoly@suse.com
  - bsc#1092939 - Postfixes postconf gives a lot of LDAP related warnings
    o add m4 as buildrequires, as proposed.
* Mon Aug 27 2018 tchvatal@suse.com
  - Add zlib-devel as buildrequires, previously included from
    openssl-devel
* Fri May 25 2018 varkoly@suse.com
  - bsc#1087471 Unreleased Postfix update breaks SUSE Manager
    o Removing setting smtpd_sasl_path and smtpd_sasl_type to empty
* Mon May 21 2018 michael@stroeder.com
  - Update to 3.3.1
    * Postfix did not support running as a PID=1 process, which
      complicated Postfix deployment in containers. The "postfix
      start-fg" command will now run the Postfix master daemon as a
      PID=1 process if possible. Thanks for inputs from Andreas
      Schulze, Eray Aslan, and Viktor Dukhovni.
    * Segfault in the postconf(1) command after it could not open a
      Postfix database configuration file due to a file permission
      error (dereferencing a null pointer). Reported by Andreas
      Hasenack, fixed by Viktor Dukhovni.
    * The luser_relay feature became a black hole, when the luser_relay
      parameter was set to a non-existent local address (i.e. mail
      disappeared silently). Reported by J?rgen Thomsen.
    * Missing error propagation in the tlsproxy(8) daemon could result
      in a segfault after TLS handshake error (dereferencing a
      0xffff...ffff pointer). This daemon handles the TLS protocol
      when a non-whitelisted client sends a STARTTLS command to
      postscreen(8).
* Wed May 09 2018 lnussel@suse.de
  - remove pre-requirements on sysvinit(network) and sysvinit(syslog).
    There seems to be no good reason for that other than blowing up
    the dependencies (bsc#1092408).
* Mon Apr 09 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - bsc#1071807 postfix-SuSE/config.postfix: only reload postfix
    if the actual service is running. This prevents spurious
    and irrelevant error messages in system logs.
* Thu Mar 22 2018 varkoly@suse.com
  - bsc#1082514 autoyast: postfix gets not set myhostname properly -
    set to localhost
* Mon Mar 12 2018 ilya@ilya.pp.ua
  - Refresh spec-file via spec-cleaner and manual optinizations.
    * Add %license macro.
    * Set license to IPL-1.0 OR EPL-2.0.
  - Update to 3.3.0
    * http://cdn.postfix.johnriley.me/mirrors/postfix-release/official/postfix-3.3.0.RELEASE_NOTES
    * Dual license: in addition to the historical IBM Public License
      1.0, Postfix is now also distributed with the more recent Eclipse
      Public License 2.0. Recipients can choose to take the software
      under the license of their choice. Those who are more comfortable
      with the IPL can continue with that license.
    * The postconf command now warns about unknown parameter names
      in a Postfix database configuration file. As with other unknown
      parameter names, these warnings can help to find typos early.
    * Container support: Postfix 3.3 will run in the foreground with
      "postfix start-fg". This requires that Postfix multi-instance
      support is disabled (the default). To collect Postfix syslog
      information on the container's host, mount the host's /dev/log
      socket into the container, for example with "docker run -v
      /dev/log:/dev/log ...other options...", and specify a distinct
      Postfix syslog_name setting in the container (for example with
      "postconf syslog_name=the-name-here").
    * Milter support: applications can now send RET and ENVID parameters
      in SMFIR_CHGFROM (change envelope sender) requests.
    * Postfix-generated From: headers with 'full name' information
      are now formatted as "From: name <address>" by default. Specify
      "header_from_format = obsolete" to get the earlier form "From:
      address (name)".
    * Interoperability: when Postfix IPv6 and IPv4 support are both
      enabled, the Postfix SMTP client will now relax MX preferences
      and attempt to schedule similar numbers of IPv4 and IPv6
      addresses. This works around mail delivery problems when a
      destination announces lots of primary MX addresses on IPv6, but
      is reachable only over IPv4 (or vice versa). The new behavior
      is controlled with the smtp_balance_mx_inet_protocols parameter.
    * Compatibility safety net: with compatibility_level < 1, the
      Postfix SMTP server now warns for mail that would be blocked
      by the Postfix 2.10 smtpd_relay_restrictions feature, without
      blocking that mail. There still is a steady trickle of sites
      that upgrade from an earlier Postfix version.
* Tue Feb 13 2018 varkoly@suse.com
  - bsc#1065411 Package postfix should require package system-user-nobody
  - bsc#1080772 postfix smtpd throttle getting "hello" if no sasl auth
    was configured
* Thu Dec 07 2017 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Fix usage of fillup_only:-y is not a valid option to this macro.
* Thu Nov 23 2017 rbrown@suse.com
  - Replace references to /var/adm/fillup-templates with new
    %_fillupdir macro (boo#1069468)
* Wed Nov 08 2017 kukuk@suse.de
  - Don't mark postfix.service as config file, this is no config
    file.
  - Some of the Requires(pre) are needed for post-install and at
    runtime, fix the requires.
* Mon Oct 30 2017 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 3.2.4
    * DANE interoperability. Postfix builds with OpenSSL 1.0.0 or
      1.0.1 failed to send email to some sites with "TLSA 2 X X" DNS
      records associated with an intermediate CA certificate. Problem
      report and initial fix by Erwan Legrand.
    * Missing dynamicmaps support in the Postfix sendmail command.
      This broke authorized_submit_users settings that use a
      dynamically-loaded map type. Problem reported by Ulrich Zehl.
* Fri Oct 20 2017 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#1059512 L3: Postfix Problem
    The applied changes breaks existing postfix configurations because
    daemon_directory was not adapted to the new value.
* Sun Oct 15 2017 chris@computersalat.de
  - fix build for SLE
    * nothing provides libnsl-devel
    * add bcond_with libnsl
* Wed Oct 04 2017 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#1059512 L3: Postfix Problem
    To manage multiple Postfix instances on a single host requires
    that daemon_directory and shlib_directory is different to
    avoid use of the shared directories also as per-instance directories.
    For this reason daemon_directory was set to /usr/lib/postfix/bin/.
    shlib_directory stands /usr/lib/postfix/.
* Thu Sep 28 2017 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#1016491 postfix raported to log "warning: group or other writable:"
    on each symlink in config.
    * Add fix-postfix-script.patch
* Mon Sep 25 2017 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 3.2.3
    * Extension propagation was broken with "recipient_delimiter = .".
    This change reverts a change that was trying to be too clever.
    * The postqueue command would abort with a panic message after it
    experienced an output write error while listing the mail queue.
    This change restores a write error check that was lost with the
    Postfix 3.2 rewrite of the vbuf_print formatter.
    * Restored sanity checks for dynamically-specified width and precision
    in format strings (%*, %.*, and %*.*). These checks were lost with
    the Postfix 3.2 rewrite of the vbuf_print formatter.
* Thu Aug 17 2017 kukuk@suse.de
  - Add libnsl-devel build requires for glibc obsoleting libnsl
* Thu Jul 27 2017 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#1045264 L3: postmap problem
    * Applying proposed patch of leen.meyer@ziggo.nl in bnc#771811
* Fri Jun 16 2017 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 3.2.2
    * Security: Berkeley DB versions 2 and later try to read settings
      from a file DB_CONFIG in the current directory. This undocumented
      feature may introduce undisclosed vulnerabilities resulting in
      privilege escalation with Postfix set-gid programs (postdrop,
      postqueue) before they chdir to the Postfix queue directory,
      and with the postmap and postalias commands depending on whether
      the user's current directory is writable by other users. This
      fix does not change Postfix behavior for Berkeley DB versions
      < 3, but it does reduce postmap and postalias 'create' performance
      with Berkeley DB versions 3.0 .. 4.6.
    * The SMTP server receive_override_options were not restored at
      the end of an SMTP session, after the options were modified by
      an smtpd_milter_maps setting of "DISABLE". Milter support
      remained disabled for the life time of the smtpd process.
    * After the Postfix 3.2 address/domain table lookup overhaul, the
      check_sender_access and check_recipient_access features ignored
      a non-default parent_domain_matches_subdomains setting.
* Wed Apr 19 2017 chris@computersalat.de
  - revert changes of postfix-main.cf.patch from rev=261
    * config.postfix will not 'enable' (remove #) var, but place
      modified (enabled) var at end of file, far away from place
      where it should be
    * keep vars enabled but empty
* Thu Apr 13 2017 werner@suse.de
  - Some cleanups
    * Fix SUSE postfix-files to avoid chown errors (anyway this file
      seems to be obsolete)
    * Avoid installing shared libraries twice
    * Refresh patch postfix-linux45.patch
* Sat Apr 08 2017 chris@computersalat.de
  - update postfix-master.cf.patch
    * recover lost (with 3.2.0 update) submission, smtps sections
    * merge with upstream update
  - update config.postfix
    * update master.cf generation for submission
  - rebase patches against 3.2.0
    * pointer_to_literals.patch
    * postfix-no-md5.patch
    * postfix-ssl-release-buffers.patch
    * postfix-vda-v14-3.0.3.patch
* Mon Mar 20 2017 kukuk@suse.de
  - Require system group mail
  - Use mail group name instead of GID
* Mon Mar 06 2017 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 3.2.0
    - [Feature 20170128] Postfix 3.2 fixes the handling of address
      extensions with email addresses that contain spaces. For
      example, the virtual_alias_maps, canonical_maps, and
      smtp_generic_maps features now correctly propagate an address
      extension from "aa bb+ext"@example.com to "cc
      dd+ext"@other.example, instead of producing broken output.
    - [Feature 20161008] "PASS" and "STRIP" actions in
      header/body_checks.  "STRIP" is similar to "IGNORE" but also
      logs the action, and "PASS" disables header, body, and Milter
      inspection for the remainder of the message content.
      Contributed by Hobbit.
    - [Feature 20160330] The collate.pl script by Viktor Dukhovni for
      grouping Postfix logfile records into "sessions" based on queue
      ID and process ID information. It's in the auxiliary/collate
      directory of the Postfix source tree.
    - [Feature 20160527] Postfix 3.2 cidr tables support if/endif and
      negation (by prepending ! to a pattern), just like regexp and
      pcre tables.  The primarily purpose is to improve readability
      of complex tables. See the cidr_table(5) manpage for syntax
      details.
    - [Incompat 20160925] In the Postfix MySQL database client, the
      default option_group value has changed to "client", to enable
      reading of "client" option group settings in the MySQL options
      file. This fixes a "not found" problem with Postfix queries
      that contain UTF8-encoded non-ASCII text.  Specify an empty
      option_group value (option_group =) to get backwards-compatible
      behavior.
    - [Feature 20161217] Stored-procedure support for MySQL
      databases.  Contributed by John Fawcett. See mysql_table(5) for
      instructions.
    - [Feature 20170128] The postmap command, and the inline: and
      texthash: maps now support spaces in left-hand field of the
      lookup table "source text". Use double quotes (") around a
      left-hand field that contains spaces, and use backslash (\) to
      protect embedded quotes in a left-hand field. There is no
      change in the processing of the right-hand field.
    - [Feature 20160611] The Postfix SMTP server local IP address and
      port are available in the policy delegation protocol (attribute
      names: server_address, server_port), in the Milter protocol
      (macro names: {daemon_addr}, {daemon_port}), and in the XCLIENT
      protocol (attribute names: DESTADDR, DESTPORT).
    - [Feature 20161024] smtpd_milter_maps support for per-client
      Milter configuration that overrides smtpd_milters, and that has
      the same syntax. A lookup result of "DISABLE" turns off Milter
      support. See MILTER_README.html for details.
    - [Feature 20160611] The Postfix SMTP server local IP address and
      port are available in the policy delegation protocol (attribute
      names: server_address, server_port), in the Milter protocol
      (macro names: {daemon_addr}, {daemon_port}), and in the XCLIENT
      protocol (attribute names: DESTADDR, DESTPORT).
    - [Incompat 20170129] The postqueue command no longer forces all
      message arrival times to be reported in UTC. To get the old
      behavior, set TZ=UTC in main.cf:import_environment (this
      override is not recommended, as it affects all Postfix utities
      and daemons).
    - [Incompat 20161227] For safety reasons, the sendmail -C option
      must specify an authorized directory: the default configuration
      directory, a directory that is listed in the default main.cf
      file with alternate_config_directories or
      multi_instance_directories, or the command must be invoked with
      root privileges (UID 0 and EUID 0).  This mitigates a recurring
      problem with the PHP mail() function.
    - [Feature 20160625] The Postfix SMTP server now passes remote
      client and local server network address and port information to
      the Cyrus SASL library. Build with ``make makefiles
      "CCARGS=$CCARGS -DNO_IP_CYRUS_SASL_AUTH"'' for backwards
      compatibility.
    - [Feature 20161103] Postfix 3.2 disables the 'transitional'
      compatibility between the IDNA2003 and IDNA2008 standards for
      internationalized domain names (domain names beyond the limits
      of US-ASCII).
      This change makes Postfix behavior consistent with contemporary
      web browsers. It affects the handling of some corner cases such
      as German sz and Greek zeta. See
      http://unicode.org/cldr/utility/idna.jsp for more examples.
      Specify "enable_idna2003_compatibility = yes" to restore
      historical behavior (but keep in mind that the rest of the
      world may not make that same choice).
    - [Feature 20160828] Fixes for deprecated OpenSSL 1.1.0 API
      features, so that Postfix will build without depending on
      backwards-compatibility support.
      [Incompat 20161204] Postfix 3.2 removes tentative features that
      were implemented before the DANE spec was finalized:
    - Support for certificate usage PKIX-EE(1),
    - The ability to disable digest agility (Postfix now behaves as
      if "tls_dane_digest_agility = on"), and
    - The ability to disable support for "TLSA 2 [01] [12]" records
      that specify the digest of a trust anchor (Postfix now
      behaves as if "tls_dane_trust_anchor_digest_enable = yes).
    - [Feature 20161217] Postfix 3.2 enables elliptic curve
      negotiation with OpenSSL >= 1.0.2.  This changes the default
      smtpd_tls_eecdh_grade setting to "auto", and introduces a new
      parameter tls_eecdh_auto_curves with the names of curves that
      may be negotiated.
      The default tls_eecdh_auto_curves setting is determined at
      compile time, and depends on the Postfix and OpenSSL versions.
      At runtime, Postfix will skip curve names that aren't supported
      by the OpenSSL library.
    - [Feature 20160611] The Postfix SMTP server local IP address and
      port are available in the policy delegation protocol (attribute
      names: server_address, server_port), in the Milter protocol
      (macro names: {daemon_addr}, {daemon_port}), and in the XCLIENT
      protocol (attribute names: DESTADDR, DESTPORT).
  - refresh postfix-master.cf.patch
* Mon Mar 06 2017 wr@rosenauer.org
  - make sure that system users can be created in %pre
* Sat Feb 18 2017 kukuk@suse.com
  - Fix requires:
    - shadow is needed for postfix-mysql pre-install section
    - insserv is not needed if systemd is used
* Sat Jan 21 2017 chris@computersalat.de
  - update postfix-mysql
    * update  mysql_*.cf files
    * update postfix-mysql.sql (INNODB, utf8)
  - update postfix-main.cf.patch
    * uncomment smtpd_sasl_path, smtpd_sasl_type
      can be changed via POSTFIX_SMTP_AUTH_SERVICE=(cyrus,dovecot)
    * add option for smtp_tls_policy_maps (commented)
  - update postfix-master.cf.patch
    * fix indentation of submission, smtps options for correct
      enabling via config.postfix
  - update config.postfix
    * fix sync of CA certificates
    * fix master.cf generation for submission, smtps
  - rebase postfix-vda-v14-3.0.3.patch
* Wed Jan 11 2017 varkoly@suse.com
  - FATE#322322 Update postfix to version 3.X
    Merging changes with SLES12-SP2
    Removeved patches: add_missed_library.patch bnc#947707.diff dynamic_maps.patch postfix-db6.diff
      postfix-opensslconfig.patch bnc#947519.diff dynamic_maps_pie.patch
      postfix-post-install.patch
      These are included in the new version of postfix
  - Remove references to SuSEconfig.postfix from sysconfig docs.
    (bsc#871575)
  - bnc#947519 SuSEconfig.postfix should enforce umask 022
  - bnc#947707 mail generated by Amavis being prevented from being re-adressed by /etc/postfix/virtual
  - bnc#972346 /usr/sbin/SuSEconfig.postfix is wrong
  - postfix-linux45.patch: handle Linux 4.x and Linux 5.x (used by aarch64)
    (bsc#940289)
* Tue Jan 03 2017 varkoly@suse.com
  - update to 3.1.4
    * The postscreen daemon did not merge the client test status information
      for concurrent sessions from the same IP address.
    * The Postfix SMTP server falsely rejected a sender address when validating
      a sender address with "smtpd_reject_unlisted_recipient = yes" or with
      "reject_unlisted_sender". Cause: the address validation code did not query sender_canonical_maps.
    * The virtual delivery agent did not detect failure to skip to the end
      of a mailbox file, so that mail would be delivered to the beginning of the file.
      This could happen when a mailbox file was already larger than the virtual mailbox size limit.
    * The postsuper logged an incorrect rename operation count after creating a missing directory.
    * The Postfix SMTP server falsely rejected mail when a sender-dependent "error"
      transport was configured. Cause: the SMTP server address validation code
      was not updated when the sender_dependent_default_transport_maps feature
      was introduced.
    * The Postfix SMTP server falsely rejected an SMTPUTF8 sender address, when "smtpd_delay_reject = no".
    * The "postfix tls deploy-server-cert" command used the wrong certificate
      and key file. This was caused by a cut-and-paste error in the postfix-tls-script file.
* Sat Nov 26 2016 chris@computersalat.de
  - improve config.postfix
    * improve SASL stuff
    * add POSTFIX_SMTP_AUTH_SERVICE=(cyrus|dovecot)
* Mon Nov 14 2016 chris@computersalat.de
  - improve config.postfix
    * improve with MySQL stuff
* Mon Nov 07 2016 chris@computersalat.de
  - update vda patch to latest available
    * remove postfix-vda-v13-3.10.0.patch
    * add postfix-vda-v14-3.0.3.patch
  - rebase patches (and to be p0)
    * pointer_to_literals.patch
    * postfix-main.cf.patch
    * postfix-master.cf.patch
    * postfix-no-md5.patch
    * postfix-ssl-release-buffers.patch
  - add /etc/postfix/ssl as default DIR for SSL stuff
    * cacerts -> ../../ssl/certs/
    * certs/
  - revert POSTFIX_SSL_PATH from '/etc/ssl' to '/etc/postfix/ssl'
  - improve config.postfix
    * revert smtpd_tls_CApath to POSTFIX_SSL_PATH/cacerts which is a
      symlink to /etc/ssl/certs
      Without reverting, 'gen_CA' would create files which would then be on
      the previous defined 'sslpath(/etc/ssl)/certs' (smtpd_tls_CApath)
      Cert reqs would be placed in 'sslpath(/etc/ssl)/certs/postfixreq.pem'
      which is not a good idea.
    * mkchroot: sync '/etc/postfix/ssl' to chroot
    * improve PCONF for smtp{,d}_tls_{cert,key}_file, adding/removing from
      main.cf, show warning if enabled and file is missing
* Sun Oct 09 2016 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 3.1.3:
    * The Postfix SMTP server did not reset a previous session's
      failed/total command counts before rejecting a client that
      exceeds request or concurrency rates. This resulted in incorrect
      failed/total command counts being logged at the end of the
      rejected session.
    * The unionmap multi-table interface did not propagate table
      lookup errors, resulting in false "user unknown" responses.
    * The documentation was updated with a workaround for false "not
      found" errors with MySQL map queries that contain UTF8-encoded
      text. The workaround is to specify "option_group = client" in
      Postfix MySQL configuration files. This will be the default
      setting with Postfix 3.2 and later.
* Sun Sep 04 2016 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 3.1.2:
    * Changes to make Postfix build with OpenSSL 1.1.0.
    * The makedefs script ignored readme_directory=pathname overrides.
      Fix by Todd C. Olson.
    * The tls_session_ticket_cipher documentation says that the default
      cipher for TLS session tickets is aes-256-cbc, but the implemented
      default was aes-128-cbc. Note that TLS session ticket keys are
      rotated after 1/2 hour, to limit the impact of attacks on session
      ticket keys.
* Thu Jun 02 2016 schwab@suse.de
  - postfix-post-install.patch: remove empty patch
* Sun May 29 2016 chris@computersalat.de
  - fix Changelog cause of Factory decline
* Tue May 24 2016 varkoly@suse.com
  - Fix typo in config.postfix
* Tue May 24 2016 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#981097 config.postfix creates broken main.cf for tls client configuration
  - bnc#981099 /etc/sysconfig/postfix: POSTFIX_SMTP_TLS_CLIENT incomplete
  - update to 3.1.1:
  - The new address_verify_pending_request_limit
    parameter introduces a safety limit for the number of address
    verification probes in the active queue.  The default limit is 1/4
    of the active queue maximum size. The queue manager enforces the
    limit by tempfailing probe messages that exceed the limit. This
    design avoids dependencies on global counters that get out of sync
    after a process or system crash.
  - Machine-readable, JSON-formatted queue listing with "postqueue -j"
    (no "mailq" equivalent).
  - The milter_macro_defaults feature provides an optional list of macro
    name=value pairs. These specify default values for Milter macros when
    no value is available from the SMTP session context.
  - Support to enforce a destination-independent delay between email
    deliveries.  The following example inserts 20 seconds of delay
    between all deliveries with the SMTP transport, limiting the delivery
    rate to at most three messages per minute.
      smtp_transport_rate_delay = 20s
  - Historically, the default setting "postscreen_dnsbl_ttl = 1h" assumes
    that a "not found" result from a DNSBL server will be valid for one
    hour.  This may have been adequate five years ago when postscreen
    was first implemented, but nowadays, that one hour can result in
    missed opportunities to block new spambots.
    To address this, postscreen now respects the TTL of DNSBL "not
    found" replies, as well as the TTL of DNSWL replies (both "found"
    and "not found").  The TTL for a "not found" reply is determined
    according to RFC 2308 (the TTL of an SOA record in the reply).
    Support for DNSBL or DNSWL reply TTL values is controlled by two
    configuration parameters:
    postscreen_dnsbl_min_ttl (default: 60 seconds).
    postscreen_dnsbl_max_ttl (default: $postscreen_dnsbl_ttl or 1 hour)
    The postscreen_dnsbl_ttl parameter is now obsolete, and has become
    the default value for the new postscreen_dnsbl_max_ttl parameter.
  - New "smtpd_client_auth_rate_limit" feature, to
    enforce an optional rate limit on AUTH commands per SMTP client IP
    address.  Similar to other smtpd_client_*_rate_limit features, this
    enforces a limit on the number of requests per $anvil_rate_time_unit.
  - New SMTPD policy service attribute "policy_context",
    with a corresponding "smtpd_policy_service_policy_context" configuration
    parameter.  Originally, this was implemented to share the same SMTPD
    policy service endpoint among multiple check_policy_service clients.
  - A new "postfix tls" command to quickly enable opportunistic TLS
    in the Postfix SMTP client or server, and to manage SMTP server keys
    and certificates, including certificate signing requests and
    TLSA DNS records for DANE.
* Tue Apr 19 2016 opensuse@dstoecker.de
  - build with working support for SMTPUTF8
* Sun Mar 20 2016 mrueckert@suse.de
  - fix build on sle11 by pointing _libexecdir to /usr/lib all the
    time.
* Sun Mar 20 2016 mrueckert@suse.de
  - some distros did not pull pkgconfig indirectly. pull it directly.
* Sun Mar 20 2016 mrueckert@suse.de
  - fix building the dynamic maps: the old build had postgresql e.g.
    with missing symbols.
    - convert to AUXLIBS_* instead of plain AUXLIBS which is needed
      for proper dynamic maps.
    - reordered the CCARGS and AUXLIBS* lines to group by feature
    - use pkgconfig or *_config tools where possible
  - picked up signed char from fedora spec file
  - enable lmdb support: new BR lmdb-devel, new subpackage
    postfix-lmdb.
  - don't delete vmail user/groups
* Wed Mar 09 2016 varkoly@suse.com
  - update to 3.1.0
  - Since version 3.0 postfix supports dynamic loading of cdb:, ldap:,
    lmdb:, mysql:, pcre:, pgsql:, sdbm:, and sqlite: database clients.
    Thats why the patches dynamic_maps.patch and dynamic_maps_pie.patch
    could be removed.
  - Adapting all the patches to postfix 3.1.0
  - remove obsolete patches
    * add_missed_library.patch
    * postfix-opensslconfig.patch
  - update vda patch
    * remove postfix-vda-v13-2.10.0.patch
    * add postfix-vda-v13-3.10.0.patch
  - The patch postfix-db6.diff is not more neccessary
  - Backwards-compatibility safety net.
    With NEW Postfix installs, you MUST install a main.cf file with
    the setting "compatibility_level = 2". See conf/main.cf for an
    example.
    With UPGRADES of existing Postfix systems, you MUST NOT change the
    main.cf compatibility_level setting, nor add this setting if it
    does not exist.
    Several Postfix default settings have changed with Postfix 3.0.  To
    avoid massive frustration with existing Postfix installations,
    Postfix 3.0 comes with a safety net that forces Postfix to keep
    running with backwards-compatible main.cf and master.cf default
    settings. This safety net depends on the main.cf compatibility_level
    setting (default: 0). Details are in COMPATIBILITY_README.
  - Major changes - tls
    * [Feature 20160207] A new "postfix tls" command to quickly enable
    opportunistic TLS in the Postfix SMTP client or server, and to
    manage SMTP server keys and certificates, including certificate
    signing requests and TLSA DNS records for DANE.
    * As of the middle of 2015, all supported Postfix releases no longer
    nable "export" grade ciphers for opportunistic TLS, and no longer
    use the deprecated SSLv2 and SSLv3 protocols for mandatory or
    opportunistic TLS.
    * [Incompat 20150719] The default Diffie-Hellman non-export prime was
    updated from 1024 to 2048 bits, because SMTP clients are starting
    to reject TLS handshakes with primes smaller than 2048 bits.
    * [Feature 20160103] The Postfix SMTP client by default enables DANE
    policies when an MX host has a (DNSSEC) secure TLSA DNS record,
    even if the MX DNS record was obtained with insecure lookups.  The
    existence of a secure TLSA record implies that the host wants to
    talk TLS and not plaintext. For details see the
    smtp_tls_dane_insecure_mx_policy configuration parameter.
  - Major changes - default settings
    [Incompat 20141009] The default settings have changed for relay_domains
    (new: empty, old: $mydestination) and mynetworks_style (new: host,
    old: subnet).  However the backwards-compatibility safety net will
    prevent these changes from taking effect, giving the system
    administrator the option to make an old default setting permanent
    in main.cf or to adopt the new default setting, before turning off
    backwards compatibility. See COMPATIBILITY_README for details.
    [Incompat 20141001] A new backwards-compatibility safety net forces
    Postfix to run with backwards-compatible main.cf and master.cf
    default settings after an upgrade to a newer but incompatible Postfix
    version. See COMPATIBILITY_README for details.
    While the backwards-compatible default settings are in effect,
    Postfix logs what services or what email would be affected by the
    incompatible change. Based on this the administrator can make some
    backwards-compatibility settings permanent in main.cf or master.cf,
    before turning off backwards compatibility.
  - Major changes - address verification safety
    [Feature 20151227] The new address_verify_pending_request_limit
    parameter introduces a safety limit for the number of address
    verification probes in the active queue.  The default limit is 1/4
    of the active queue maximum size. The queue manager enforces the
    limit by tempfailing probe messages that exceed the limit. This
    design avoids dependencies on global counters that get out of sync
    after a process or system crash.
    Tempfailing verify requests is not as bad as one might think.  The
    Postfix verify cache proactively updates active addresses weeks
    before they expire. The address_verify_pending_request_limit affects
    only unknown addresses, and inactive addresses that have expired
    from the address verify cache (by default, after 31 days).
  - Major changes - json support
    [Feature 20151129] Machine-readable, JSON-formatted queue listing
    with "postqueue -j" (no "mailq" equivalent).  The output is a stream
    of JSON objects, one per queue file.  To simplify parsing, each
    JSON object is formatted as one text line followed by one newline
    character. See the postqueue(1) manpage for a detailed description
    of the output format.
  - Major changes - milter support
    [Feature 20150523] The milter_macro_defaults feature provides an
    optional list of macro name=value pairs. These specify default
    values for Milter macros when no value is available from the SMTP
    session context.
    For example, with "milter_macro_defaults = auth_type=TLS", the
    Postfix SMTP server will send an auth_type of "TLS" to a Milter,
    unless the remote client authenticates with SASL.
    This feature was originally implemented for a submission service
    that may authenticate clients with a TLS certificate, without having
    to make changes to the code that implements TLS support.
  - Major changes - output rate control
    [Feature 20150710] Destination-independent delivery rate delay
    Support to enforce a destination-independent delay between email
    deliveries.  The following example inserts 20 seconds of delay
    between all deliveries with the SMTP transport, limiting the delivery
    rate to at most three messages per minute.
    /etc/postfix/main.cf:
      smtp_transport_rate_delay = 20s
    For details, see the description of default_transport_rate_delay
    and transport_transport_rate_delay in the postconf(5) manpage.
  - Major changes - postscreen dnsbl
    [Feature 20150710] postscreen support for the TTL of DNSBL and DNSWL
    lookup results
    Historically, the default setting "postscreen_dnsbl_ttl = 1h" assumes
    that a "not found" result from a DNSBL server will be valid for one
    hour.  This may have been adequate five years ago when postscreen
    was first implemented, but nowadays, that one hour can result in
    missed opportunities to block new spambots.
    To address this, postscreen now respects the TTL of DNSBL "not
    found" replies, as well as the TTL of DNSWL replies (both "found"
    and "not found").  The TTL for a "not found" reply is determined
    according to RFC 2308 (the TTL of an SOA record in the reply).
    Support for DNSBL or DNSWL reply TTL values is controlled by two
    configuration parameters:
    postscreen_dnsbl_min_ttl (default: 60 seconds).
      This parameter specifies a minimum for the amount of time that
      a DNSBL or DNSWL result will be cached in the postscreen_cache_map.
      This prevents an excessive number of postscreen cache updates
      when a DNSBL or DNSWL server specifies a very small reply TTL.
    postscreen_dnsbl_max_ttl (default: $postscreen_dnsbl_ttl or 1 hour)
      This parameter specifies a maximum for the amount of time that
      a DNSBL or DNSWL result will be cached in the postscreen_cache_map.
      This prevents cache pollution when a DNSBL or DNSWL server
      specifies a very large reply TTL.
    The postscreen_dnsbl_ttl parameter is now obsolete, and has become
    the default value for the new postscreen_dnsbl_max_ttl parameter.
  - Major changes - sasl auth safety
    [Feature 20151031] New "smtpd_client_auth_rate_limit" feature, to
    enforce an optional rate limit on AUTH commands per SMTP client IP
    address.  Similar to other smtpd_client_*_rate_limit features, this
    enforces a limit on the number of requests per $anvil_rate_time_unit.
  - Major changes - smtpd policy
    [Feature 20150913] New SMTPD policy service attribute "policy_context",
    with a corresponding "smtpd_policy_service_policy_context" configuration
    parameter.  Originally, this was implemented to share the same SMTPD
    policy service endpoint among multiple check_policy_service clients.
* Wed Dec 09 2015 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#958329 postfix fails to start when openslp is not installed
* Mon Oct 12 2015 michael@stroeder.com
  - upstream update postfix 2.11.7:
    * The Postfix Milter client aborted with a panic while adding a
      message header, after adding a short message header with the
      header_checks PREPEND action. Fixed by invoking the header
      output function while PREPENDing a message header.
    * False alarms while scanning the Postfix queue. Fixed by resetting
      errno before calling readdir(). This defect was introduced
      19970309.
    * The postmulti command produced an incorrect error message.
    * The postmulti command now refuses to create a new MTA instance
      when the template main.cf or master.cf file are missing. This
      is a common problem on Debian-like systems.
    * Turning on Postfix SMTP server HAProxy support broke TLS
      wrappermode. Fixed by temporarily using a 1-byte VSTREAM buffer
      to read the HAProxy connection hand-off information.
    * The xtext_unquote() function did not propagate error reports
      from xtext_unquote_append(), causing the decoder to return
      partial output, instead of rejecting malformed input. The Postfix
      SMTP server uses this function to parse input for the ENVID and
      ORCPT parameters, and for XFORWARD and XCLIENT command parameters.
* Wed Aug 12 2015 jkeil@suse.de
  - boo#934060: Remove quirky hostname logic from config.postfix
    * /etc/hostname doesn't contain anything useful
    * linux.local is no good either
    * postfix will use `hostname`.localdomain as fallback
* Tue Aug 04 2015 meissner@suse.com
  - postfix-no-md5.patch: replace fingerprint defaults by sha1. bsc#928885
* Tue Aug 04 2015 meissner@suse.com
  - %verifyscript is a new section, move it out of the %ifdef
    so the fillups are run afterwards.
* Wed Jul 22 2015 michael@stroeder.com
  - upstream update postfix 2.11.6:
    Default settings have been updated so that they no longer enable
    export-grade ciphers, and no longer enable the SSLv2 and SSLv3
    protocols.
  - removed postfix-2.11.5_linux4.patch because it's obsolete
  - Bugfix (introduced: Postfix 2.11): with connection caching
    enabled (the default), recipients could be given to the wrong
    mail server. (bsc#944722)
* Mon Jun 01 2015 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - postfix-SuSE.tar.gz/postfix.service: None of
    nss-lookup.target network.target local-fs.target time-sync.target
    should be Wanted or Required except by the services
    the implement the relevant functionality i.e network.target
    is wanted/required by networkmanager, wicked,
    systemd-network. other software must be ordered After them,
    see systemd.special(7)
* Sun May 17 2015 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Fix library symlink generation (boo#928662)
* Tue Apr 21 2015 mrueckert@suse.de
  - added postfix-2.11.5_linux4.patch:
    Allow building on kernel 4. Patch taken from:
    https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/mailing.postfix.users/fufS22sMGWY
* Sun Apr 19 2015 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to postfix 2.11.5
    - Bugfix (introduced: Postfix 2.6):
      sender_dependent_relayhost_maps ignored the relayhost setting
      in the case of a DUNNO lookup result.  It would use the
      recipient domain instead.  Viktor Dukhovni. Wietse took the
      pieces of code that enforce the precedence of a
      sender-dependent relayhost, the global relayhost, and the
      recipient domain, and put that code together in once place so
      that it is easier to maintain.  File:
      trivial-rewrite/resolve.c.
    - Bitrot: prepare for future changes in OpenSSL API. Viktor
      Dukhovni. File: tls_dane.c.
    - Incompatibility: specifying "make makefiles" with "CC=command"
      will no longer override the default WARN setting.
* Mon Feb 09 2015 michael@stroeder.com
  - upstream update postfix 2.11.4:
    Postfix 2.11.4 only:
    * Fix a core dump when smtp_policy_maps specifies an invalid TLS
    level.
    * Fix a missing " in \%s\", in postconf(1) fatal error messages,
    which violated the C language spec. Reported by Iain Hibbert.
    All supported releases:
    * Stop excessive recursion in the cleanup server while recovering
    from a virtual alias expansion loop. Problem found at Two Sigma.
    * Stop exponential memory allocation with virtual alias expansion
    loops. This came to light after fixing the previous problem.
* Sun Feb 08 2015 varkoly@suse.com
  - correct pf_daemon_directory in spec. This must be /usr/lib/
* Thu Jan 22 2015 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#914086 syntax error in config.postfix
  - Adapt config.postfix to be able to run on SLE11 too.
* Mon Jan 19 2015 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Don't install sysvinit script when systemd is used
  - Make explicit PreReq dependencies conditional only for older
    systems
  - Don't try to set explicit attributes to symlinks
  - Cleanup spec file vith spec-cleaner
* Tue Jan 13 2015 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#912594 config.postfix creates config based on old options
* Tue Jan 06 2015 varkoly@suse.com
  - bnc#911806 config.postfix does not set up correct saslauthd socket directory for chroot
  - bnc#910265 config.postfix does not upgrade the chroot
  - bnc#908003 wrong access rights on /usr/sbin/postdrop causes
    permission denied when trying to send a mail as non root user
  - bnc#729154 wrong permissions for some postfix components
* Fri Nov 21 2014 tchvatal@suse.com
  - Remove keyring and things as it is md5 based one no longer
    accepted by gpg 2.1
* Fri Nov 14 2014 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - No longer perform gpg validation; osc source_validator does it
    implicit:
    + Drop gpg-offline BuildRequires.
    + No longer execute gpg_verify.
* Mon Oct 27 2014 dmueller@suse.com
  - restore previously lost fix:
    Fri Oct 11 13:32:32 UTC 2013 - matz@suse.de
    - Ignore errors in %pre/%post.
* Mon Oct 20 2014 michael@stroeder.com
  - postfix 2.11.3:
    * Fix for configurations that prepend message headers with Postfix
      access maps, policy servers or Milter applications. Postfix now
      hides its own Received: header from Milters and exposes prepended
      headers to Milters, regardless of the mechanism used to prepend
      a header. This fix reverts a partial solution that was released
      on October 13, 2014, and replaces it with a complete solution.
    * Portability fix for MacOS X 10.7.x (Darwin 11.x) build procedure.
  - postfix 2.11.2:
    * Fix for DMARC implementations based on SPF policy plus DKIM
      Milter. The PREPEND access/policy action added headers ABOVE
      Postfix's own Received: header, exposing Postfix's own Received:
      header to Milters (protocol violation) and hiding the PREPENDed
      header from Milters. PREPENDed headers are now added BELOW
      Postfix's own Received: header and remain visible to Milters.
    * The Postfix SMTP server logged an incorrect client name in
      reject messages for check_reverse_client_hostname_access and
      check_reverse_client_hostname_{mx,ns}_access. They replied with
      the verified client name, instead of the name that was rejected.
    * The qmqpd daemon crashed with null pointer bug when logging a
      lost connection while not in a mail transaction.

Files

/etc/pam.d/smtp
/etc/permissions.d/postfix
/etc/permissions.d/postfix.paranoid
/etc/postfix
/etc/postfix/LICENSE
/etc/postfix/TLS_LICENSE
/etc/postfix/access
/etc/postfix/aliases
/etc/postfix/bounce.cf.default
/etc/postfix/canonical
/etc/postfix/dynamicmaps.cf
/etc/postfix/generic
/etc/postfix/header_checks
/etc/postfix/helo_access
/etc/postfix/ldap_aliases.cf
/etc/postfix/main.cf
/etc/postfix/main.cf.default
/etc/postfix/makedefs.out
/etc/postfix/master.cf
/etc/postfix/openssl_postfix.conf.in
/etc/postfix/post-install
/etc/postfix/postfix-files
/etc/postfix/postfix-script
/etc/postfix/postfix-tls-script
/etc/postfix/postfix-wrapper
/etc/postfix/postmulti-script
/etc/postfix/relay
/etc/postfix/relay_ccerts
/etc/postfix/relocated
/etc/postfix/sasl_passwd
/etc/postfix/sender_canonical
/etc/postfix/ssl
/etc/postfix/ssl/cacerts
/etc/postfix/ssl/certs
/etc/postfix/system
/etc/postfix/system/cond_slp
/etc/postfix/system/config_postfix
/etc/postfix/system/update_chroot
/etc/postfix/system/update_postmaps
/etc/postfix/system/wait_qmgr
/etc/postfix/transport
/etc/postfix/virtual
/etc/sasl2
/etc/sasl2/smtpd.conf
/usr/bin/mailq
/usr/bin/newaliases
/usr/lib/libpostfix-dns.so
/usr/lib/libpostfix-global.so
/usr/lib/libpostfix-master.so
/usr/lib/libpostfix-tls.so
/usr/lib/libpostfix-util.so
/usr/lib/postfix
/usr/lib/postfix/bin
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/anvil
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/bounce
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/cleanup
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/discard
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/dnsblog
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/error
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/flush
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/lmtp
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/local
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/master
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/nqmgr
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/oqmgr
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/pickup
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/pipe
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/post-install
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/postfix-script
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/postfix-tls-script
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/postfix-wrapper
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/postlogd
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/postmulti-script
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/postscreen
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/proxymap
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/qmgr
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/qmqpd
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/scache
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/showq
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/smtp
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/smtpd
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/spawn
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/tlsmgr
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/tlsproxy
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/trivial-rewrite
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/verify
/usr/lib/postfix/bin/virtual
/usr/lib/postfix/dynamicmaps.cf
/usr/lib/postfix/dynamicmaps.cf.d
/usr/lib/postfix/libpostfix-dns.so
/usr/lib/postfix/libpostfix-global.so
/usr/lib/postfix/libpostfix-master.so
/usr/lib/postfix/libpostfix-tls.so
/usr/lib/postfix/libpostfix-util.so
/usr/lib/postfix/main.cf.proto
/usr/lib/postfix/makedefs.out
/usr/lib/postfix/master.cf.proto
/usr/lib/postfix/postfix-files
/usr/lib/postfix/postfix-files.d
/usr/lib/postfix/postfix-ldap.so
/usr/lib/postfix/postfix-pcre.so
/usr/lib/sendmail
/usr/lib/systemd/system/postfix.service
/usr/sbin/check_mail_queue
/usr/sbin/config.postfix
/usr/sbin/mkpostfixcert
/usr/sbin/postalias
/usr/sbin/postcat
/usr/sbin/postconf
/usr/sbin/postdrop
/usr/sbin/postfix
/usr/sbin/postkick
/usr/sbin/postlock
/usr/sbin/postlog
/usr/sbin/postmap
/usr/sbin/postmulti
/usr/sbin/postqueue
/usr/sbin/postsuper
/usr/sbin/qmqp-source
/usr/sbin/rcpostfix
/usr/sbin/sendmail
/usr/sbin/smtp-sink
/usr/sbin/smtp-source
/usr/share/fillup-templates/sysconfig.mail-postfix
/usr/share/fillup-templates/sysconfig.postfix
/usr/share/licenses/postfix
/usr/share/licenses/postfix/LICENSE
/usr/share/man/man1/mailq.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/newaliases.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postalias.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postcat.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postconf.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postdrop.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postfix-tls.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postfix.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postkick.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postlock.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postlog.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postmap.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postmulti.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postqueue.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/postsuper.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man1/sendmail.1.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/access.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/aliases.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/body_checks.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/bounce.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/canonical.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/cidr_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/generic.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/header_checks.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/ldap_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/lmdb_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/master.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/memcache_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/mysql_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/nisplus_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/pcre_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/pgsql_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/postconf.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/postfix-wrapper.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/regexp_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/relocated.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/socketmap_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/sqlite_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/tcp_table.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/transport.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man5/virtual.5.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/anvil.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/bounce.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/cleanup.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/defer.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/discard.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/dnsblog.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/error.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/flush.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/lmtp.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/local.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/master.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/oqmgr.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/pickup.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/pipe.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/postlogd.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/postscreen.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/proxymap.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/qmgr.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/qmqpd.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/scache.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/showq.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/smtp.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/smtpd.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/spawn.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/tlsmgr.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/tlsproxy.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/trace.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/trivial-rewrite.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/verify.8.gz
/usr/share/man/man8/virtual.8.gz
/var/adm/backup/postfix
/var/lib/postfix
/var/spool/postfix
/var/spool/postfix/active
/var/spool/postfix/bounce
/var/spool/postfix/corrupt
/var/spool/postfix/defer
/var/spool/postfix/deferred
/var/spool/postfix/flush
/var/spool/postfix/hold
/var/spool/postfix/incoming
/var/spool/postfix/maildrop
/var/spool/postfix/private
/var/spool/postfix/public
/var/spool/postfix/saved
/var/spool/postfix/trace


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