Projects / spammilt


Spammilt is a sendmail-milter which scans email headers for blacklisted relaying servers and locally predefined blacklisted domains/words. By default, when spammilt detects spam, it adds a warning to the header and the subject. It's also possible to reject such emails without bothering the recipient.


Recent releases

  •  01 May 2003 23:07

    Release Notes: A segfault which occurred during receiving batched email when Bayesian filter was enabled has been fixed.

    •  28 Apr 2003 06:41

      Release Notes: This release adds the ability to use an annoyance filter (a Bayesian scan utility), statistics counters which can be used in external programs like MRTG, a DNSBL whitelist, and a whitelist for email exclusion purposes.

      •  14 Sep 2002 16:52

        Release Notes: An important typo was fixed (DNSBL server was spelled incorrectly). Allocation of memory was fixed, which was devided by four for storing blacklists. This relaese also fixes some typos in the documentation.

        •  12 Sep 2002 18:05

          Release Notes: Most of the code was rewritten because of stability issues. This release also adds improved header scanning and unresolveble hostname scanning to reject email or treat email as spam. Spammilt can now fully run as a daemon and must now be run as an unprivilidged user.

          •  25 Aug 2002 15:09

            Release Notes: The release adds an option to redirect email. It also adds a more defined rejection and marking if a DNSBL and/or blacklist match. A crash when receiving large headers has been fixed. Nost of the variable declarations have been rewritten to be dynamically allocatable.


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