Mireka is a mail server with SMTP, Mail Submission, and POP3 services. It can also be used as an SMTP proxy. As a proxy, it can help to prevent or diagnose mail problems, like outgoing backscatter spam. It provides detailed logging, basic mail traffic statistics, tarpit to prevent email harvesting, and loop detection. It can filter email by DNSBL, SPF, mail size, local domains, and recipients list. Local recipients can be specified using regular expressions. TLS is supported for incoming connections. Aliases, forward lists, and very simple mailing lists can be configured in XML. Custom filters and other components can be written in Java, and they can be easily implemented and installed.
|Tags||SMTP Mail Proxy Email|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Sender Rewriting Scheme (SRS) was implemented for SPF-compatible forwarding. Mireka can be configured to send "delayed" DSN reports on temporary failures.
Release Notes: With the addition of the POP3 service for mail retrieval, Mireka is now a basic but complete standalone mail server. Other new features in this release: aliases, forward lists, and very simple mailing lists. The new POP3 importer imports mail on startup. This is useful for migration. TLS support is added to every service, except for outgoing SMTP connections.
Release Notes: This release is able to relay mail to different back-end servers depending on the recipient or recipients. It is possible that a single email with several recipients is relayed to more than one back-end server. This feature is required, for example, to easily integrate with the SubEtha mail list manager.
Release Notes: Now it can also be used as a standalone, send-only mail server. It uses file-system based mail queues.
Release Notes: A message submission agent (RFC 4409) proxy is added. Authentication is done by IP address or by name-password pair through SMTP authentication.