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Fedora Core 5 Update: evolution-data-server-1.6.3-5.fc5 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora This update fixes a security flaw in Evolution's IMAP module. Adds a patch for a list of security bug which were reported.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 5
Name        : evolution-data-server
Version     : 1.6.3
Release     : 5.fc5
Summary     : Backend data server for evolution
Description :
The evolution-data-server package provides a unified backend for programs that work with contacts, tasks, and calendar information.

It was originally developed for Evolution (hence the name), but is now used by other packages.

Update Information:

This update fixes a security flaw in Evolution's IMAP module.
* Fri Jun 15 2007 Matthew Barnes  - 1.6.3-5.fc5
- Add patch for RH bug #244285 (Camel IMAP security flaw).
* Mon Apr 30 2007 Matthew Barnes  - 1.6.3-4.fc5
- Revise patch for RH bug #235290 to not break string freeze.
* Tue Apr 24 2007 Matthew Barnes  - 1.6.3-3.fc5
- Add patch for RH bug #235290 (APOP authentication vulnerability).
* Tue Mar  6 2007 Matthew Barnes  - 1.6.3-2.fc5
- Add patch for GNOME bug #301363 (update timezones).
* Thu Aug  3 2006 Matthew Barnes  - 1.6.3-1.fc5.2
- Remove patches for bug #309079 (rejected upstream).
- One of these patches was causing RH bug #167157.
- No longer packaging unused patches.
* Mon Jul 31 2006 Matthew Barnes  - 1.6.3-1.fc5.1
- Update to 1.6.3
- Dynamically link to BDB.
- Add Requires for db4 and BuildRequires for db4-devel.
- Add missing Requires and BuildRequires from Rawhide.
- Clean up spec file, renumber patches.
* Tue May 30 2006 Matthew Barnes  - 1.6.2-1.fc5.1
- Update to 1.6.2
- Remove evolution-data-server-1.3.5-nspr_fix.patch (fixed upstream).
- Update evolution-data-server-1.2.0-validatehelo.patch and rename it to
  version 1.6.2.

This update can be downloaded from:

8c9ccbd32878df146b16bac099d089601c177668  SRPMS/evolution-data-server-1.6.3-5.fc5.src.rpm
8c9ccbd32878df146b16bac099d089601c177668  noarch/evolution-data-server-1.6.3-5.fc5.src.rpm
5d029c9d3b25691ce4a0142dd21eadabb280db66  ppc/evolution-data-server-devel-1.6.3-5.fc5.ppc.rpm
3d23bd29e17cdb3b83621f80db705a324c1b1967  ppc/debug/evolution-data-server-debuginfo-1.6.3-5.fc5.ppc.rpm
fdcfde6a259cd60697891f6d075e02baa2a6e0e6  ppc/evolution-data-server-1.6.3-5.fc5.ppc.rpm
643179e8aff4f100b2d7d8e9bd4167b50f664611  x86_64/evolution-data-server-1.6.3-5.fc5.x86_64.rpm
deefb3937ed2b9bf37a168f6fd310911ff6bd575  x86_64/debug/evolution-data-server-debuginfo-1.6.3-5.fc5.x86_64.rpm
64afe4d537c18af4a8798f6bd741508974fbb6a9  x86_64/evolution-data-server-devel-1.6.3-5.fc5.x86_64.rpm
e407f8fb3693029e181b77a8e7ed28785ae0b486  i386/evolution-data-server-1.6.3-5.fc5.i386.rpm
392cbd96903ca5ed5d4ddebfc63c7a6563f8e9e7  i386/evolution-data-server-devel-1.6.3-5.fc5.i386.rpm
7cf4abeabd42ceb37669070066e8d5bb1b3fe47b  i386/debug/evolution-data-server-debuginfo-1.6.3-5.fc5.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at

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