RSS 73 projects tagged "BSD Revised"

Download Website Updated 28 Feb 2005 Approver

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Approver is a set of scripts for automatically approving posts to Majordomo-moderated mailing lists based on the sender's email address. Approver also converts HTML email posts to plain text by first filtering them through DEMIME, and it bounces all posts submitted to mailing lists made by non-list members, preventing list moderators from being bombarded by bogus submissions created by email worms and viruses originating from list member's infected computers.

Download Website Updated 03 Jul 2008 BLD

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BLD stands for "blacklist daemon" and is intended to serve a blacklist. The blacklist is built by simply inserting IP addresses or by using submission rate limits based on a maximum number of submissions of the same IP address within a minimum time interval. A BLD cluster can be built by configuring the daemon to notify other similar daemon(s) every time an IP address is added to the blacklist. BLD was primarily designed to fight against dictionary-based spam (by making the MTA report to BLD any host that tries to send email to an unknown user), but can be used by any program.

No download Website Updated 13 Jul 2004 C# Email Server

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C# Email Server provides individual SMTP and POP3 components that can be used by other applications, or used together as a standalone email server.

Download Website Updated 12 Jul 2004 CVSToys

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CVSToys is a collection of companion tools for the Concurrent Versions System, better known as CVS. It currently contains FreshCVS, which performs actions in response to a commit. Actions include notification by various methods, updating a working copy, and rsync'ing to backup. Another key feature of FreshCVS notifications is that you receive one per commit, not one for each directory of the commit as loginfo-triggered scripts are prone to do. FreshCVS is extensible with Python, and notifications may be published by a Perspective Broker network service, allowing 3rd party clients to listen in.

Download Website Updated 13 Oct 2004 Campaign for real mail

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Camram is an anti-spam system that for the first time makes practical the holy grail of sender-pays email. It forces spammers to expend unsupportable levels of effort while imposing negligible burdens on everyday users. Its "hybrid sender-pays" design provides anti-spam benefits to the first user that adopts it, while supporting graceful scalability to massive numbers of users.

Download Website Updated 21 Dec 2006 ClamSMTP

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ClamSMTP is an SMTP filter that checks for viruses using ClamAV. It aims to be lightweight, reliable, and simple.

No download Website Updated 28 Aug 2009 CuteFlow

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CuteFlow is a Web-based document circulation/workflow tool. Users are able to define "documents", which are sent step-by-step to every user in a list. It provides an electronic method for doing internal document circulations.

No download Website Updated 15 Dec 2007 Das Katerchen

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Das Katerchen SMTP Server is a simple SMTP server for Linux platforms. It supports the mininum requirements of the RFC 2821 plus the following SMTP extensions: CHUNKING (RFC 1830), 8BITMIME (RFC 1652), and SIZE (RFC 1870).

No download Website Updated 25 Aug 2005 DotNetOpenMail

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DotNetOpenMail is a C# library that allows a programmer to create HTML and text email with attachments in .NET or Mono.

Download Website Updated 23 Aug 2005 EMailRobot

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EMailRobot is a simple object-oriented framework for developing email auto-responders. It performs actions based on parameters extracted from received email bodies and generates answer emails.

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gjots

A note jotter that organizes ideas, notes, and facts in a heirarchy.

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Task Coach

A friendly task manager.