[exim] Exim 4.85 Uploaded

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Author: Todd Lyons
To: Exim Users, Exim Dev
Subject: [exim] Exim 4.85 Uploaded
I have uploaded Exim 4.85 to

This release contains a few bugfixes and a couple of new Experimental
features. There were: test suite bugfixes, BSD compilation fixes,
documentation enhancements, debug output, enhancements, a new ${sort
expansion item, ability to specify seperator for MX/SRV/TLSA lookup
results, compiler quietening, Redis lookup fix, transport results
processing fix, headers_remove fix, SSL certificate management
enhancements, OCSP fixes, DNSSEC enhancements, certificate time
processing uses the cert timezone for output formatting, mime ACL bug
fix, adjust reading spool files to handle new options, LDAP
enhancements, exigrep enhancement, a SpamAssassin bugfix, a MIME
parameter parsing bugfix, a time formatting correction, and more
consistent Host logging.

A new Experimental feature EXPERIMENTAL_DANE has been added which is a
draft RFC which requires DNSSEC for the purpose of authenticating DNS

The Experimental feature EXPERIMENTAL_TPDA has been renamed to
EXPERIMENTAL_EVENT because it has been expanded beyond use in the
transport. The variable names have also changed, requiring some
modifications to the exim.conf if that feature was being used. Refer to
the doc/experimental-spec.txt file for more detail on the changes.
Since this is an experimental feature, the changes are not in the

During the 4.85 development process, some RFCs were added to the
repository. These RFCs pose licensing issues for some, so we have
removed the RFCs from being part of the released tarball, while leaving
them in the source repository for reference.

The ChangeLog/NewStuff/README.UPDATING can be reviewed at:


The files are signed with the PGP key 0x04D29EBA, which has a uid
"Todd Lyons (Exim Maintainer) <tlyons@???>". Please use your own
discretion in assessing what trust paths you might have to this uid.

Checksums below. Detached PGP signatures in .asc files are available
alongside the tarballs. The files have been uploaded for a few hours,
so the tarballs are likely already available from your favorite local

Please report issues in reply to this email on the exim-users or the
exim-dev mailing lists.

Thank you for your testing and feedback,
- --Todd Lyons, pp The Exim Maintainers.

SHA256 Checksums:

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- -- 
Regards...        Todd
When engineers want simple solutions to complicated social problems,
freedom is the first victim...                      --Stephane Bortzmeyer
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