Exim is a message transfer agent (MTA) developed at the University of Cambridge for use on Unix systems connected to the Internet. In style it is similar to Smail 3, but its facilities are much more extensive. Exim is in use at many sites around the world.
|Tags||Communications Email Mail Transport Agents|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX AIX BSD BSD/OS FreeBSD NetBSD OpenBSD GNU/Hurd HP-UX IRIX Linux Other SCO Solaris|
Release Notes: This release contains several enhancements and bugfixes, as well as new features. Experimental features added are DMARC, PRDR, TPDA, and Redis. Enhancements/bugfixes to existing features touched Cyrus SASL, default logging of remote acceptance, number suffix "G", allowing multiple router/transport header statements, TLS, DNS, Authenticators, Retry rules, Header generation, LDAP/LDAP_TLS, ClamAV settings, and the build system. There are new commandline options for better sendmail compatibility, cutthrough delivery, calling an ACL as an expansion item, and some new expansion variables.
Release Notes: This is a bug-fix release for the DKIM segfault on empty headers/body (introduced in 4.70). DNSDB lookup is now enabled by default. There are also minor documentation fixes.
Release Notes: This release is a combination feature and bugfix release. The major new features are native DKIM support without an external library and experimental DCC support via dccifd. PCRE is no longer included with the Exim distribution. Experimental Yahoo! Domainkeys support was dropped in favor of native DKIM support. Various minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds preliminary DKIM support. The --help handling has been changed. The -bylocaldomain option has been added to eximstats. This release defends against bad data coming back from gethostbyaddr. There is a documentation fix for acl_not_smtp. There is a PCRE update to 7.4.
Release Notes: A number of minor bugs have been fixed and a small number of new features have been added.