Spey is an SMTP proxy that sits between your existing mail server and the outside world, blocking spam using a greylisting technique. It is simple, lightweight, easy to install and configure, requires minimal changes to your existing mail server, is completely independent of which mail server you're using, and extremely effective. The author's spam intake has dropped from over a hundred messages a day to about 5. It uses the Sqlite database library as a backend.
|Tags||Communications Email Mail Transport Agents|
Release Notes: Several TLS bugs have been fixed, including a serious one where TLS wasn't working at all on some versions of GNUTLS.
Release Notes: As part of the runup to 1.0, the source has had some major refactoring; the speyctl script is now built-in to the spey binary. Problems with dropping root privileges and TLS certificate handling have been fixed. Other miscellaneous issues have also been fixed and the documentation improved.
Release Notes: This version adds proper support for AUTH, now handled entirely by spey, to allow accredited users to bypass the greylist. In addition, a number of serious bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This releases fixes a packaging error in 0.4.2 that was preventing the distribution from compiling.
Release Notes: This version has finally fixed that horrible random-lockup-on-startup problem that was manifesting itself on some libc/pthread combinations. Domain verification now no longer happens on trusted or authenticated sessions (which means it will now accept submissions from Outlook and Outlook Express, which are buggy). SSL sessions are no longer considered automatically authenticated.