prayer 1.3.5-dfsg1-2build1 source package in Ubuntu

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prayer (1.3.5-dfsg1-2build1) trusty; urgency=low

  * No change rebuild against db 5.3.
 -- Dmitrijs Ledkovs <email address hidden>   Sat, 02 Nov 2013 00:24:59 +0000

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Dimitri John Ledkov on 2013-11-02
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
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Section:
mail
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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prayer: standalone IMAP-based webmail server

 Prayer is yet another Webmail interface.
 .
 It is unusual in that it is a complete, standalone, HTTP server and proxy
 rather a Apache/mod_php plugin. Prayer maintains persistent connections to
 the IMAP server and is written entirely in C. Consequently it is much
 faster than most open source Webmail interfaces and puts very little load
 on either the machines running the Web server or the backend IMAP servers
 (even if traditional Unix format mailfolders are in use).
 .
 Prayer has very few external dependencies as user preferences are stored on
 the IMAP server rather than in a SQL database. It does however implement a
 full range of features and user preference settings.

prayer-accountd: No summary available for prayer-accountd in ubuntu vivid.

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prayer-templates-dev: tools for compiling Prayer templates

 Prayer is yet another Webmail interface.
 .
 It is unusual in that it is a complete, standalone, HTTP server and proxy
 rather a Apache/mod_php plugin. Prayer maintains persistent connections to
 the IMAP server and is written entirely in C. Consequently it is much
 faster than most open source Webmail interfaces and puts very little load
 on either the machines running the Web server or the backend IMAP servers
 (even if traditional Unix format mailfolders are in use).
 .
 Prayer uses its own macro expansion language for the HTML it
 outputs. This package contains the programs and scripts needed to
 build template libraries, as well as a makefile to facilitate the
 process.

prayer-templates-src: templates for customizing Prayer Webmail

 Prayer is yet another Webmail interface.
 .
 It is unusual in that it is a complete, standalone, HTTP server and proxy
 rather a Apache/mod_php plugin. Prayer maintains persistent connections to
 the IMAP server and is written entirely in C. Consequently it is much
 faster than most open source Webmail interfaces and puts very little load
 on either the machines running the Web server or the backend IMAP servers
 (even if traditional Unix format mailfolders are in use).
 .
 This package contains, in source form, the templates for the HTML
 that Prayer outputs.
 .
 As all the templates are included with the main prayer package in
 compiled form, you only need to install this package if you need to
 customize one or more pages and you want something to start from.