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msmtp-mta-1.8.10-lp152.2.3.1 RPM for aarch64

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Name: msmtp-mta Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 1.8.10 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.2.3.1 Build date: Thu May 27 14:02:51 2021
Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Servers Build host: obs-arm-7
Size: 0 Source RPM: msmtp-1.8.10-lp152.2.3.1.src.rpm
Summary: MTA based on msmtp
msmtp is an SMTP client that can be used as a plug-in for Mutt and
other mail user agents.  It forwards mail to an SMTP server that does
the delivery.  msmtp supports multiple accounts.

This subpackage provides a mail transfer agent that can be used as
a minimalistic replacement of sendmail.






* Thu May 20 2021 Jeff Mahoney <>
  - Backported OAUTH2 support (bsc#1186323).
    * Add support for XOAUTH2 authentication.
    * Fix XOAUTH2 when libgsasl is used
    * passwordeval: allow longer password
    * passwordeval: read only the first line
    * Added patches:
    - msmtp-Add-support-for-XOAUTH2-authentication.patch
    - msmtp-Fix-XOAUTH2-when-libgsasl-is-used.patch
    - msmtp-passwordeval-allow-longer-password.patch
    - msmtp-passwordeval-read-only-the-first-line.patch
* Thu May 14 2020 Marcus Rueckert <>
  - gnu sasl support needs to be enabled with a configure option
* Thu Apr 23 2020 Benoît Monin <>
  - update to version 1.8.10:
    * This release fixes the msmtpq script that was accidentally
      broken in 1.8.8.
    * Furthermore, internationalization files are updated and a new
      serbian translation is included. Thanks to the translators at!
    * Note that version 1.8.9 only partially fixed the msmtpq problem
      and was quickly replaced by 1.8.10.
* Sun Apr 12 2020 Benoît Monin <>
  - update to version 1.8.8:
    * Added a new socket command and --socket option to connect via
      local sockets.
    * Added a new tls_host_override command and --tls-host-override
      option to override the host name used for TLS verification.
    * Added a new set_from_header command and --set-from-header
      option with three settings:
      + on: always set a From header, possibly replacing an existing
      + off: never set a From header
      + auto: add a From header if there is none (this is the
      This replaces the add_missing_from_header option (which remains
    * Added a new set_date_header command and --set-date-header
      option with two settings:
      + off: never set a Date header
      + auto: add a Date header if there is none (this is the
      This replaces the add_missing_date_header option (which remains
    * Fixed the handling of empty From headers with
    - -read-recipients/-t.
    * Fixed the source_ip command for proxies.
  - update expired msmtp.keyring
* Tue Dec 24 2019 Benoît Monin <>
  - update to version 1.8.7:
    * Add support for %U,%H,%C,%M in 'from'
      This makes the auto_from and maildomain commands obsolete
    * Do not call gnutls_free() needlessly
* Fri Sep 27 2019 Benoît Monin <>
  - update to version 1.8.6:
    * Aliases are now expanded recursively
    * Minor bug fixes
* Fri Jul 12 2019 Benoît Monin <>
  - update to version 1.8.5:
    * Fixed OAUTHBEARER.
    * Support for TLS client certificates via PKCS11 devices, e.g.
      smart cards.
    * Various small bug fixes and improvements.
  - fix sh scripts shebang, in addition to bash scripts
* Wed Apr 24 2019 Benoît Monin <>
  - update to version 1.8.4
    * Added support for the OAUTHBEARER authentication method.
    * Several minor bug fixes.
* Thu Feb 14 2019 Benoît Monin <>
  - update to version 1.8.3 (boo#1125420)
    * CVE-2019-8337
      This version fixes a security problem that affects version
      1.8.2 (older versions are not affected): when the new default
      value system for tls_trust_file is used, the result of
      certificate verification was not properly checked.
* Wed Feb 13 2019 Tomas Cech <>
  - use GnuTLS instead of OpenSSL
* Wed Jan 16 2019 Benoît Monin <>
  - update to version 1.8.2:
    * To simplify TLS setup, the tls_trust_file command has a new
      default value 'system' that selects the system default trust.
    * To simplify setup, a new option '--configure <mailaddress>' was
      added that automatically generates a configuration file for a
      given mail address.
  - additional changes from version 1.8.1:
    * Fixed our TLS code to support TLS 1.3 with GnuTLS.
  - additional changes from version 1.8.0:
    * A minimal SMTP server called msmtpd was added that listens on
      the local host and pipes mails to msmtp (or another program).
      It is intended to be used with system services that cannot be
      configured to call msmtp directly. You can disable it with the
      configure option --without-msmtpd.
    * Using OpenSSL is discouraged and may not be supported in the
      future. Please use GnuTLS instead. The reasons are explained
    * As using GNU SASL is most likely unnecessary, it is disabled by
      default now. Since everything uses TLS nowadays and thus can
      use PLAIN authentication, you really only need it for GSSAPI.
    * If your system requires a library for IDN support, libidn2 is
      now used instead of the older libidn.
    * The CRAM-MD5 authentication method is marked as obsolete /
      insecure and will not be chosen automatically anymore.
    * The passwordeval command does not require the password to be
      terminated by a new line character anymore.
    * The new logfile_time_format command allows to customize log
      file time stamps.
    * Builtin default port numbers are now used instead of consulting
    * Support for DJGPP and for systems lacking vasprintf(),
      mkstemp(), or tmpfile() is removed.
  - additional changes from version 1.6.8:
    * Add --source-ip option and source_ip command to bind the
      outgoing connection to a specific source IP address.
    * Enable SNI for TLS
  - additional changes from version 1.6.7:
    * Add support for ~/.config/msmtp/config as configuration file
    * Add network timeout handling on Windows
    * Fix command line handling of SHA256 TLS fingerprints
    * Fix SIGPIPE handling (affects at least Mac OS X)
    * Add french translation, and update german translation
  - update Url and Source to, see:
  - update the keyring, the previous one has been revoked
  - switch to libidn2 to match msmtp requirement
  - configure with openssl as tls library
* Sat Mar 10 2018
  - fix bash scripts shebang
* Sun Mar 26 2017
  - Keyring integration only for recent openSUSE and CentOS
* Sun Mar 26 2017
  - Replace pkgconfig dependencies
* Sun Mar 26 2017
  - Add keyring integration
* Mon Nov 14 2016
  - update to version 1.6.6:
    * This version fixes a memory leak and a double-free in
      msmtp_read_headers(). The double-free was triggered by read
  - remove reference to msmtp-fix-newopenssl.patch:
    this patch was removed 5 years ago.
* Tue May 31 2016
  - update to version 1.6.5:
    * Support SHA256 fingerprints for tls_fingerprint,
      and mark both SHA1 and MD5 as deprecated.
* Tue Feb 02 2016
  - update to version 1.6.4:
    * The system default policy is used with GnuTLS instead of
      a hardcoded one.
* Sun Nov 29 2015
  - update to version 1.6.3:
    * A bug in SOCKS support was fixed.
    * Handling non-fatal errors in TLS handshakes was fixed.
  - fix info installation for suse package:
    * properly requires %install_info_prereq
    * call %install_info_delete in preun, not postun
* Fri Apr 24 2015
  - update to version 1.6.2:
    * A bug was fixed that prevented consecutive Bcc headers from
      being removed properly.
  - add tarball signature and keyring
* Mon Jan 05 2015
  - update to version 1.6.1:
    * The new configure option --with-tls replaces --with-ssl.
    * A new configure option --disable-gai-idn was added.
  - additional changes from 1.6.0:
    * Support for SOCKS proxies was added. This allows msmtp to be
      used with Tor.
    * GNOME Keyring support now uses libsecret instead of
      libgnome-keyring. It is now documented how to use secret-tool
      to manage passwords for msmtp; the obsolete msmtp-gnome-tool
      script is removed.
    * Configuration file security is now only checked if the file
      actually contains secrets such as passwords.
    * The GSSAPI authentication method is not chosen automatically
      anymore, you have to request it manually if you really want to
      use it.
    * From: and Date: headers are now added to mails if necessary, for
      compatibility with sendmail, postfix, exim, and other MTAs. This
      can be disabled with the add_missing_from_header and
      add_missing_date_header commands.
    * Libidn is not required for IDN support anymore on systems where
      getaddrinfo() supports the AI_IDN flag and the GnuTLS version
      is >= 3.4.0.
    * The new remove_bcc_headers command replaces the old keepbcc
      command (but the old command is still supported for
    * SSLv3 is disabled, and the obsolete tls_force_sslv3 command and
    - -tls-force-sslv3 option have no effect anymore.
  - add xz as BuildRequires: source archive format is now tar.xz
  - switch gnome keyring support to libsecret
  - remove deleted upstream
  - remove README.msmtp-gnome-tool: deleted upstream
  - remove Mutt+msmtp.txt: deleted upstream



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