Archiveopteryx is an Internet mail server, optimized to support heavy usage and long-term archiving. It stores mail in a PostgreSQL database, and provides access to it through IMAP, POP, and more.
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux|
Release Notes: Many stability bugs have been fixed. This release uses OpenSSL instead of cryptlib by default. HTTP support has been removed. There are more IMAP bugfixes.
Release Notes: Notable changes since 2.03 include many important bugfixes and performance enhancements, RRDTool integration for monitoring, Sieve improvements (vacation autoresponses, subaddresses, and date tests), the IMAP SORT extension, and many more parsing fixes for broken mail.
Release Notes: aox undelete. "allow-plaintext-access=never" configuration. SASL LOGIN support. The installer can talk to a remote database server. Web archive display improvements and HTTPS support. Runaway tlsproxy problem fixes. A number of other bugfixes.
Release Notes: A very serious SMTP submit bug was fixed. A new feature to copy outgoing mail to the sender was added. Support for SMTP+TLS on port 465 was added for Outlook. HTTP archive display improvements were made. A few minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: PostgreSQL 8.1.x or later is now required. Architectural changes were made and performance and reliability were improved. aox vacuum no longer needs to hold a lock. Character set handling and message parsing were improved.