Spamity is a Web interface for Postfix log files that makes it possible to view filtered spam messages, which is useful for testing the effectiveness of filtering rules. Authentication is possible through an IMAP server or LDAP directory, and desired accounts can receive administrator privileges. An option to reinject quarantined messages is provided.
|Tags||Communications Email Filters Internet Log Analysis|
Release Notes: This release can be considered a pre-release of version 1.0. It improves Web sessions management, database error handling, documentation (in Pod format), formatting of headers when viewing a message, logging, and lookups. It is now possible to split the quarantine into multiple tables for improved performance.
Release Notes: This release has MySQL support, a revamped Web interface, and an improved daemon.
Release Notes: This release has support for querying multiple LDAP servers, authentication support using LDAP, internationalization support (English and French), improved CSS and graphs, and support for AMaViSd-new SQL lookups, so users can modify their personalized anti-spam and anti-virus policies, and their blacklists and whitelists through the Web interface.
Release Notes: This release features a new separate configuration file shared by the daemon and the Web interface. Reinjection of quarantined messages is now supported through the Web interface. The database structure and SQL queries were improved, and automatic database reconnection was added to the daemon. CSS was improved, and feedback on the Web interface for queries returning no results or graphs showing no rejected messages was improved.