Xamime is a commercial development spawned from Inflex, with various components released back to the OpenSource community (ripMIME, alterMIME, OpenTNEF, ripOLE, and FileType). It provides control of email filtering via spam, virus, email size, file name, file type, file contents, sender and/or receiver name, header defects, and numerous other attributes. It comes with a rapid installation process, a WWW administration interface, interface hooks to external SQL engines, spam filters, virus scanners, and custom scripts.
|Tags||Communications Email Filters Office/Business|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux|
Release Notes: This release includes major feature changes too numerous to be listed. It supports SQL DB interfacing, ClamAV, SpamAssassin, Protected ZIP detection, unlimited email retention (great for long term storage), and features an improved WWW interface.
Release Notes: The Web site was refurbished. A per-ACL explicit-block facility was implemented.
Release Notes: This release includes support for outbound attachment compression, multiple administrators support, per-administrator controls, blocking of attachments based on filename, improvements to the asthetics of XMAdmin, and various bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes updates to the install script to deal with Red Hat, Debian, Slackware, and FreeBSD, and a FreeBSD 4.x version is now available.
Release Notes: This release rectifies some minor image display issues with the XMAdmin interface, and includes a facility for per-ACL text blocking.