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Virtual Exim

Virtual Exim is a PHP-enabled Web interface for managing multiple virtual mail domains with Exim and MySQL/PostgreSQL. POP/IMAP accounts, aliases, forwards, and permanent fail accounts can all be created and managed easily without the need for corresponding shell accounts. Virtual Exim also allows the server administrator to designate a SiteAdmin who can create and delete domains on the fly through the interface, so no editing of the Exim configuration file is required. Individual users can also log in to change their "Real Name", passwords, and mail filtering options with ease.


Recent releases

  •  24 May 2004 22:30

    Release Notes: The following features have been added: complete PostgreSQL support, per-user blacklists, per-user spam and anti-virus configurations, quota support through Exim, many security and bugfixes, many stylistic changes, and translations into several local languages. Virtual Exim is also now being used by several ISPs around the world, to manage email data for domains they host.

    •  19 Oct 2003 14:06

      Release Notes: The Catchall bug was fixed. Catchalls were getting set as "*" instead of "*". If you have set any catchalls, you will have to go back and reapply them.

      •  19 Aug 2003 15:59

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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