Quotient is multi-protocol (SMTP, POP, IMAP, SIP, HTTP, Q2Q) server that helps with all your online conversations, be they over email, IRC, IM, mailing lists, or voice over IP. It is written in Python on the Twisted framework, and uses Xapian for search and SpamBayes for spam classification.
|Tags||Communications Email Post-Office Email Clients (MUA) Mail Transport Agents|
Release Notes: The license was switched to an MIT-style license. q2q, a peer-to-peer transport protocol, was added. Lots of bugs were fixed. Many minor feature enhancements were added. The full-text indexer was replaced with Xapian. Nevow and Twisted were upgraded to recent releases. An RSS generator was added, and the "Remember Me" button at login was added.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release is focused on incremental improvements to existing functionality. In particular, the database has been simplified and streamlined, and the extraction framework has been made more robust. To aid with system management, there are tools for monitoring system throughput and ways of throttling it. The UI has seen improvements above and below the hood. It is easier to configure the primary navigation elements and the visibility of items to the user. There is also a command line interface to enable quick and easy data entry and navigation for keyboard-centric users.
Release Notes: A bug in setup.py was fixed.
Release Notes: This release introduces a number of new features while improving the integration of existing features. A significant part of this release is the integration of IMAP folders with Quotient Pools. This allows for nifty ways of working with Quotient from an IMAP client. For instance, if you use Quotient as your IMAP server, and drag a message into the 'Spam' folder, it will detect that and use the filed message for training SpamBayes. Or you can drag a message into the 'Blog' folder and it will show up on your Quotient blog.