IDMS DBMA is an effort to develop a highly scalable (c10k compliant), plugin-based mail agent aimed at fighting spam and viruses. It is meant to replace hard-to-maintain, complex, resource hungry configurations used by small to large users today.
|Tags||Communications Email Mail Transport Agents Post-Office POP3 Internet|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds a configure script, fixes a bug with the catchall aliases, and fixes some small bugs.
Release Notes: There are read and write improvements to pipe, a more stable timeout system using select() and alarm(), and many moves to select() in other areas. Small memory leaks have been fixed. Timeout ETA is written to the log.
Release Notes: This version includes major socket handling changes. IPC is now via pipes so it can be run on OpenMosix. There is a change from using poll() to using select(), and a bug in the signal handler with non-reenterent functions was fixed.
No changes have been submitted for this release.