balsa_2.3.21-1_amd64.changes is NEW

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(new) balsa-dbg_2.3.21-1_amd64.deb extra gnome
An e-mail client for GNOME
 Balsa is a highly configurable and robust mail client for the GNOME desktop.
 It supports both POP3 and IMAP servers as well as the mbox, maildir and mh
 local mailbox formats. Balsa also supports SMTP and/or the use of a local MTA
 such as Sendmail.
 This package contains the debugging symbols for balsa.
  to pool/main/b/balsa/balsa_2.3.21-1.diff.gz
  to pool/main/b/balsa/balsa_2.3.21-1.dsc
  to pool/main/b/balsa/balsa_2.3.21-1_amd64.deb
  to pool/main/b/balsa/balsa_2.3.21.orig.tar.gz
Changes: balsa (2.3.21-1) unstable; urgency=low
  [ Alan Baghumian ]
  * New upstream stable release:
    - Migration from GnomeUI to GtkUIManager
    - Rubrica address book support
    - Bugs fixed: GNOME: 481842, 488432, 496316; Redhat: 414361
  * Merged with previous changelog entry
  * Updated debian/control:
    - Bump libgmime-2.0 dependency to 2.2.11 (Closes: #443451).
    - Added libxml2-dev to build deps (needed by --with-rubrica)
  * Updated debian/rules:
    - Added --with-libnotify to enable event notifications
    - Added --with-rubrica to support Rubrica address book
  [ Sven Arvidsson ]
  * Add a -dbg package.
    - Bump up build-dep of cdbs to >= 0.4.37.
  [ Josselin Mouette ]
  * Patch from Ubuntu to properly remove .gmo and .desktop files in
    the clean target. Closes: #449125, thanks Marco Rodrigues.
  * Update menu file to the new layout.
  * 01_desktop_categories.patch: fix categories of
    balsa.desktop to conform to the menu specification.
  * Standards version is 3.7.3.
  * Fix encoding of the copyright file.
  * Use the Homepage field.

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