ClamSMTP is an SMTP filter that checks for viruses using ClamAV. It aims to be lightweight, reliable, and simple.
|Tags||Communications Email Filters Security Networking Monitoring|
Release Notes: The "Action" option is now parsed properly. A new environment variable "REMOTE" is now supported in virus scripts.
Release Notes: Support has been removed for listening on ports under 1024. Support has been added for embedded NULLs in email data. Problems with not listening properly when in daemon mode have been fixed, as well as warnings when compiled with gcc 4.0. Empty addresses are handled properly in logs. This release will not let Exchange send its strange binary data through the proxy. More Solaris fixes. Email messages are not rejected when the server is overloaded or encounters errors, or when starting the filter command fails.
Release Notes: This version fixes a problem introduced in the last release, which occurred when the 'Header' option was missing.
Release Notes: This filter now allows IP addresses and dates to be inserted into the headers. A descriptor leak that occurred when connections couldn't be established was fixed along with other small bugs.
Release Notes: A crash that occurred when a connection couldn't be established was fixed. The startup script was cleaned up.