Re: Occasional Empty fields in 'From' and 'Subject' after migrating to new server

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I've decided to change to a different software package.  Not sure yet which one, but I need something that works.  At one time years back, this package just worked and was maintained.

On 11/25/2016 at 10:18 PM, "Paul Lesniewski" <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>On 2016年11月18日 13:21, rich.greder@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> I noticed on the page:
>> That if I'm using RPM, I should update via RPM.  Does that 
>suggestion extend to any package manager, such as apt in my case 
>as I am running an OS (Ubuntu) that is a variant of Debian?  
>Yes.  The point is that you shouldn't try to mix and match
>installation/update processes.
>> Also, the current installed version is identified by apt as 
>> squirrelmail/xenial,xenial,now 2:1.4.23~svn20120406-2ubuntu1
>> Which postdates the most recent issue (CVE-2012-0323) in the 
>patch by a couple weeks.  That makes me question the efficacy of 
>the patch.  Is it certain that this patch can in fact correct this 
>issue, even though my installation version is newer?
>Many times third party packages include patches that postdate the
>version that they forked from us.  You could try asking in the 
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