|strip-extra-fields.patch||strip extra fields from /etc/passwd Mail::Internet by default sends a header field which includes the entire
'username' field from /etc/passwd. However, when using 'adduser' to add
a user, that field contains more than just the username: it contains a
comma-seperated list of fields. In some cases, that list of fields
includes, for example, a phone number. Regardless of whether this
information is included, the field will have additional commas included.
From an email sent by caff (from signing-party):
Sender: "Ari,,," <email@example.com>
The attached patch is a simple change to the code to make the name field
*not* include these commas or other data in the field.
(split /,/, $name) is undefined when $name is the empty string.
Guilhem Moulin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Christopher Schmidt <email@example.com>||invalid||debian||vendor||2019-03-24|
|sendmail-path.patch||sendmail path The current code uses /usr/lib/sendmail and then /usr/sbin/sendmail as
a fallback. Policy says it should use /usr/sbin/sendmail.
|Santiago Vila <firstname.lastname@example.org>||not-needed||debian||vendor||2019-03-24|