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Fedora 10 Update: dovecot-1.1.18-2.fc10 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora dovecot-sieve updated to 1.1.7 It is derived from CMU sieve used by cyrus- imapd and was affected by CVE-2009-2632 too. See upstream announcement for further details: news/2009-September/000135.html
Fedora Update Notification
2009-09-15 06:22:55

Name        : dovecot
Product     : Fedora 10
Version     : 1.1.18
Release     : 2.fc10
URL         :
Summary     : Dovecot Secure imap server
Description :
Dovecot is an IMAP server for Linux/UNIX-like systems, written with security
primarily in mind.  It also contains a small POP3 server.  It supports mail
in either of maildir or mbox formats.

The SQL drivers and authentication plugins are in their subpackages.

Update Information:

dovecot-sieve updated to 1.1.7    It is derived from CMU sieve used by cyrus-
imapd and was affected by CVE-2009-2632 too.    See upstream announcement for
further details:

* Mon Sep 14 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.18-2
- dovecot-sieve updated to 1.1.7
- fixes bug similar to CVE-2009-2632 (buffer overflow)
* Wed Jul 29 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.18-1
- updated to 1.1.18
- Maildir++ quota: Quota was sometimes updated wrong when it was
  being recalculated.
- Searching quoted-printable message body internally converted "_"
  characters to spaces and didn't match search keys with "_".
* Mon Jul 13 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.17-1
- updated to 1.1.17
- IMAP: Don't crash if IDLE command is pipelined after a long-running
- mbox: Don't write garbage to mbox if message doesn't have a body.
- Maildir: Fixed using in-memory indexes when some required directory
  was missing.
- auth: Don't assert-crash if trying to log in as master user but
  with empty login username.
- Several fixes to expire plugin / expire-tool
- managesive updated: improved handling of script truncation 
  bugs: connection is now closed
* Wed Jun  3 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.16-1
- updated to 1.1.16
* Fri May 22 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.15-1
- updated to 1.1.15
* Wed Feb 11 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.14-1
- updated to 1.1.14
* Wed Feb 11 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.11-1
- updated to 1.1.11
- IMAP: PERMANENTFLAGS list didn't contain \*, causing some clients
  not to save keywords.
- auth: Using "username" or "domain" passdb fields caused problems
  with cache and blocking passdbs in v1.1.8 .. v1.1.10.
- userdb prefetch + blocking passdbs was broken with non-plaintext
  auth in v1.1.8 .. v1.1.10.
* Tue Jan 27 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.10-1
- update dovecot to 1.1.10
- added managesieve support
* Thu Jan  8 2009 Michal Hlavinka  - 1:1.1.8-1
- update dovecot to 1.1.8 (Resolves: #475848)
- update dovecot sieve plugin to 1.1.6

  [ 1 ] Bug #521010 - cyrus-imapd: buffer overflow in cyrus sieve

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

All packages are signed with the Fedora Project GPG key.  More details on the
GPG keys used by the Fedora Project can be found at

Fedora-package-announce mailing list
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