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IMAPFilter

IMAPFilter is a mail filtering utility. It connects to remote mail servers using the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), sends searching queries to the server, and processes mailboxes based on the results.

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  •  27 Oct 2013 22:49

    Release Notes: This release makes it possible to build again with OpenSSL older than 1.0.1 (which was required for the previous release), adds the ability to read the configuration from the standard input stream, and adds a makefile dist target which can be used to create distribution archives.

    •  08 Jun 2013 09:30

      Release Notes: This releases introduces a workaround for some servers that send an unexpected APPEND response. The serial number of the certificates is now taken into account because some servers send different certificates with the same subject and issuer. Details of the stored certificates are written to the certificates file, in order to make it easier to distinguish each of them. Support for TLS versions 1.1 and 1.2 for secure connections was added.

      •  09 Apr 2013 19:56

        Release Notes: This release parses server responses less strictly, prints more detailed information when there's an error, and fixes various bugs in the recovery mechanism.

        •  22 Jul 2012 13:35

          Release Notes: This release introduces a new implementation for international mailbox names. An error in one of the documentation examples has been also corrected, along with a compilation warning.

          •  29 Feb 2012 20:28

            Release Notes: This release introduces functionality to cope with persistent errors and connection failures when running in daemon mode. It also fixes a bug related to the failure handling during login and logout.

            Recent comments

            24 Sep 2007 09:50 debonair

            very useful, especially for MS Exchange etc
            Company recently changed to MS Exchange which does not offer server-side filtering unlike other IMAP servers.

            imapfilter has been of great help here. I would love to know of a way to integrate it with a spam filter program or something, because my inbox is constantly getting spam. Anyone know a way to do this?

            25 Jan 2002 11:32 dom

            Does exactly what it says on the tin
            A very useful alternative to procmail for those who
            like to keep their mail on an IMAP server. Not
            totally perfect, but very close.

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