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Re: [Nmh-workers] nmh release

From: Albert Bertram
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] nmh release
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2005 10:34:41 -0400 (EDT)

There is a minor issue involving sending mail bcc when using sasl authentication which is fixed by patch #3913. I think should be it should integrated. We've been using this patch on our production interactive servers here at the University of Michigan, and have had no problems because of it; rather it does fix the problem of being unable to send messages bcc when authenticating to the smtp server.

Any chance we could get the patch into this next release?


On Thu, 1 Sep 2005, Jon Steinhart wrote:

Hi.  Things have been pretty quiet since I signed up to get a release out
a while back.  Sorry 'bout that; got pretty sick for a while.  I'm on the
mend and so it's time to get back to it.  I'm going to be away until the
middle of September so I'd like to aim for a trial release by the end of
the month, and a final release after we've all had a chance to use it.

It's my opinion that this release should tie up any loose ends so that
there's a usable release out there that is better than 1.0.4.  This
release should be the last in the 1. line.  After this, we should start
a 2. series that incorporates oft-discussed code base improvements.  The
2. series should be the home for new features.

So, the question for now is, are there any outstanding critical issues for
a final 1. release?  I'm asking about major problems that a lot of people
would notice and would keep a release from being usable.  I'm not
particularly interested in minor issues unless someone is willing to
provide a fix.

I'm sure that y'all will let me know whether or not you agree with above
and we'll go from there.  Please let's try to stay focused on the topic.


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