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There is no [un]setenv() in MSVC I hope putenv() does the same
Mixmaster keys now have creation and expiration date. It is not secured by any crypto voodoo, it's only informational for clients to decide which keys to use should they have more. - on the client side we do not show remailers (and therefore not use them) if their key is expired. - the remailer refuses to decrypt messages to keys that expired one month ago or earlier. - the remailer automatically creates new mixmaster keys if the current one are about to expire or already are expired. - the latest key from secring.mix is written to key.txt. It used to be the first one. Since creation of new mix key appends the key, this seemed sensible.
Write a pid file
Make sure to deliver to the right directory with Maildir deliveries. Since we do not chdir() to the Mixmaster base directory we need to take care of this whenever we do file or directory operations. Fortunatly the function mixfile() helps here. mixfile() was extended to handle paths starting with "~/". '~' is replaced by the HOME environment variable if defined. Implement MAILIN option: If set Mixmaster reads mails from either a mbox or a Maildir mail folder when processing its queue (-M or daemon). After reading the mail folder is emtpied. If MAILIN ends with / it is expected to be a Maildir, mbox oterhwise. I hope that I did not break anything with the change to mixfile(). Maildir drop and reading from both Maildir and mbox has been tested a little. Seems to work fine so far.
First round of changes adding support for Mixmaster as a service under Windows NT.
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