Hotwayd is a POP3/SMTP to HTTPMail (WebDAV) gateway. HTTPMail is a somewhat undocumented WebDAV-based protocol used by a variety of mail servers including Hotmail, MSN, Lycos, and Spray. Hotwayd allows you to use any standard POP3/SMTP mail reader to send and receive mail via these servers, similar to the way that Outlook Express can access a hotmail account. It supports features such as folder selection to get folders other than the inbox and proxy server support (if you require a proxy to access the internet).
|Tags||Communications Email Post-Office POP3 Mail Transport Agents|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX Windows Cygwin|
Release Notes: xinetd configuration scripts have been updated for hotwayd/hotsmtpd (there were some conflicts). Detection of cyrus-sasl v2 for hotsmtpd is improved, and should prevent problems during compilation. Hotsmtpd now works with lycos/spray. There was a problem with the way hotsmtpd was sending HTTP requests, which has been fixed. 64-bit machines such as AMD 64 should now work with hotwayd/hotsmtpd. There was a problem with libghttp. There are also installation guide and documentation improvements.
Release Notes: Parsing of XML is improved to prevent bombing out on strange characters. Cookie handling has been improved to prevent zombie processes. Some buffer overruns were fixed that were causing crashes and problems downloading. Support for Cygwin and functionality for hotsmtpd have been improved.
Release Notes: This version adds hotsmtpd, an ESMTP to HTTPMail proxy. It fixes a bug related to a Bus Error on Mac OS X, updates the documentation, and generally cleans up some code.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to mark messages as read on the server when they are downloaded, plus the ability to specify who can access the hotwayd server. It also cleans up the code, and makes it more modular.
Release Notes: A minor bug was identified and fixed which caused fetchmail and possibly other mail readers to hang upon certain messages which didn't end with a blank line. The code has undergone a major reorganisation in preparation for an IMAP daemon release.