>Synopsis: Update for mail/postfixadmin port
>Arrival-Date: Tue Jan 16 12:40:17 GMT 2007
>Originator: Darren Pilgrim
A number of Lighttpd users have emailed asking me to remove or at least make optional the Apache dependency (USE_APACHE=1.3+). Postfix Admin is web-server neutral, so I've removed the Apache dependency entirely. I've also taken this chance to make some other changes. This is a port revision only. The following are the changes made:
- Remove the Apache dependency entirely
- Remove the superfluous postfix run dependency option
- Make the Makefile guts look more like the examples in the Porter's Handbook.
- Clarify the options descriptions
- Change MAINTAINER to a dedicated port-maintainer address instead of my personal address
- Polish and reword pkg-descr
--- ports/mail/postfixadmin/Makefile.v1.23 Sat Jul 8 21:17:28 2006
+++ ports/mail/postfixadmin/Makefile Tue Jan 16 04:29:49 2007
@@ -7,47 +7,41 @@
-OPTIONS= MYSQL "Use MySQL to store config data" on
-OPTIONS+= MYSQLI "Use MySQL 4.1+ to store config data" off
-OPTIONS+= PGSQL "Use PostgreSQL to store config data" off
-OPTIONS+= POSTFIX_LOCAL "RUN_DEPEND on postfix (OPTIONAL)" off
+OPTIONS= MYSQL "MySQL back-end (use mysql PHP extension)" on
+OPTIONS+= MYSQLI "MySQL 4.1+ back-end (use mysqli PHP extension)" off
+OPTIONS+= PGSQL "PostgreSQL back-end (use pgsql PHP extension)" off
USE_PHP= pcre session
-.ifdef(WITHOUT_MYSQL) && !defined(WITH_MYSQLI) && !defined(WITH_PGSQL)
-IGNORE= needs at least one database backend
+.if defined(WITHOUT_MYSQL) && !defined(WITH_MYSQLI) && !defined(WITH_PGSQL)
+IGNORE= needs at least one database back-end
--- ports/mail/postfixadmin/pkg-descr.v1.4 Sat Jun 17 13:57:13 2006
+++ ports/mail/postfixadmin/pkg-descr Tue Jan 16 03:55:54 2007
@@ -1,13 +1,16 @@
-Postfix Admin is a Web Based Management tool for Postfix when you
-are dealing with Postfix Style Virtual Domains and Virtual Users
-that are stored in MySQL or Postgres. It's written in PHP.
+Postfix Admin is a web-based management tool written in PHP for
+Postfix with Postfix-style Virtual Domains using MySQL or
+PostgreSQL lookups. Postfix Admin is known to work on Apache
+and Lighttpd, but is designed to work on any web server with
+PHP 4.1+ support.
-Postfix Admin supports:
-- Virtual Mailboxes / Virtual Aliases / Forwarders.
-- Domain to Domain forwarding / Catch-All.
-- Vacation (auto-response) for Virtual Mailboxes.
-- Quota / Alias & Mailbox limits per domain.
-- Backup MX.
+Postfix Admin features:
+- Virtual Mailboxes, Virtual Aliases and Forwarders;
+- Domain-to-Domain Forwarding (Catch-All Aliases);
+- Vacation (auto-responder) for Virtual Mailboxes;
+- Quota, Alias & Mailbox limits per domain;
+- Backup MX;
- Packaged with over 25 languages.
The following reply was made to PR ports/107978; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Darren Pilgrim <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email] Cc:
Subject: Re: ports/107978: Update for mail/postfixadmin port
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 06:12:14 -0800
Edwin Groothuis wrote:
> Maintainer of mail/postfixadmin,
> Please note that PR ports/107978 has just been submitted.
> If it contains a patch for an upgrade, an enhancement or a bug fix
> you agree on, reply to this email stating that you approve the patch
> and a committer will take care of it.