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||<rowbgcolor="#CCFFCC"> libnet-dns-perl (was in Main in Dapper) || ScottKitterman || [https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libnet-dns-perl/+bug/243301 243301] ||
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||<rowbgcolor="#CCFFCC"> libnet-dns-perl (was in Main in Dapper) || ScottKitterman || [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libnet-dns-perl/+bug/243301|243301]] ||
|| mail-spf-perl || [[Asommer]] || [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mail-spf-perl/+bug/243802|243802]] ||
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||<rowbgcolor="#CCFFCC"> sendmail (for libmilter)|| ScottKitterman || [https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sendmail/+bug/243128 243138] || ||<rowbgcolor="#CCFFCC"> sendmail (for libmilter)|| ScottKitterman || [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sendmail/+bug/243128|243138]] ||

Summary

Clamav and spamassassin are popular products used on mail server. They should be part of the main repository ready to be integrated in a mail server. For clamav, not all binaries need to be promoted. The specific use case driving promotion is integration with amavisd-new for mail scanning. Amavisd-new suggests clamav and clamav-daemon. This will require clamav-base, clamav-freshclam, and libclamav to also be promoted. The remaining clamav binaries can stay in Universe.

Release Note

Clamav-daemon (clamd) and spamassassin are available in the main repository.

Rationale

Clamav and spamassassin are popular products used on mail server and help fight viruses and spams. They should be part of the main repository.

Use Cases

  • Dan deploys a new mail server with the mail server task from the ubuntu server cd. He can install clamav and spamassin for anti-virus scanning and spam protection.

Assumptions

Design

Implementation

If you plan to write a MIR, please update the table below. Before submit the MIR for review by the ubuntu-mir team, ask ScottKitterman to do a quick a review of the MIR.

The following dependencies need to have MIR written for:

Package Name

Assignee

Mir report

spamassassin

libnet-dns-perl (was in Main in Dapper)

ScottKitterman

243301

mail-spf-perl

Asommer

243802

libsocket6-perl

Asommer

247144

libsys-hostname-long-perl

libsys-syslog-perl

libnet-ip-perl (was in Main in Dapper)

ScottKitterman

243276

libnet-dns-resolver-programmable-perl

libtest-distribution-perl

libfile-find-rule-perl

libfile-spec-perl

libtext-glob-perl

libnumber-compare-perl

libmodule-corelist-perl

Note: libnet-dns-perl and libnet-ip-perl also needed for libmail-dkim-perl MIR.

Package Name

Assignee

Mir report

clamav

arj

unzoo

sendmail (for libmilter)

ScottKitterman

243138

Outstanding Issues

BoF agenda and discussion


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