RSS 1657 projects tagged "Email"

Download Website Updated 14 Nov 2001 BEGET

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BEGET is the first in a series of programs that allow for the access of all content data files, regardless of the system they were created on, or the digital file standard those systems use.

Download Website Updated 23 Jul 2013 BEJY

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BEJY is a modular server application. It is packaged, by default, as a Web application container and mail server with SSL. It has functionality similar to inetd, and has some helper classes/functions to ease the implementation of new protocols. It provides a generic multithreaded TPC/IP server implementation with optional SSL support, covering the complete connection and thread management. Each supported service provides its protocol implementation. The current version comes with HTTP, SMTP, POP3, and IMAP protocol implementations. The HTTP protocol implementation also contains a servlet engine, a JSP 1.2 engine, a handler to invoke CGI, and other useful things. The mail protocols require a database using JDBC, as MySQL, MSSQL, and others.

Download Website Updated 02 Dec 2004 BIABAM

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Biabam Is A Bash Attachment Mailer. In other words, BIABAM is a tool that is used for mailing attachments from the commandline. It is similar to using Mutt to send attachments on the commandline, but without the overhead of a complete email client.

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 28 May 2006 BM-Milter

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BM-Milter is a simple milter that verifies the validity of sender and recipient email addresses (i.e. an MX server will accept mail for it). Written in Perl using the Sendmail::Milter interface, this caching milter significantly reduces the amount of UCE/UBE.

Download Website Updated 09 Jun 2003 BRL

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BRL is a language designed for server-side WWW-based applications, particularly database applications. It is based on Scheme, which makes the syntax extremely simple yet powerful. This implementation is a Java Servlet using the Kawa Scheme compiler.

No download Website Updated 15 Dec 2001 BSD Vacation v2

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BSD Vacation v2 is a rewrite of the 'vacation' program that has come with Sendmail (and thus *BSD) since about 1983. This version has been almost completely rewritten in an attempt to get it closer to RFC-2822 compliance than any previous version. It properly responds to the correct recipients, as per the RFC, and it correctly handles multi-line headers. The command-line interface is compatible with previous versions, and most recent add-on features from the various *BSD projects have been implemented, such as support for preloading the recent recipients database.

Download Website Updated 28 May 2011 BaGoMa

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BaGoMa backs up and restores the contents of a GMail account. It can restore all the labels (folder structure), as well as the flags (seen/read, flagged) of a message. It supports the use of any character in labels, including non-ASCII characters and "/" (the label hierarchy delimiter). BaGoMa is tuned to work specifically with GMail. Each message is only downloaded and saved once. Backup solutions that are designed to work with regular IMAP accounts will download each message multiple times (once per label) when used to back up a GMail account. This can significantly increase the bandwidth requirements and the amount of storage required for backup. Additionally, a faithful restoration of your GMail account might not be possible from such a backup.

No download Website Updated 19 Oct 2005 BackupMX/Store&Forward

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BackupMX consists of two programs, 'Store' and 'Forward'. Store accepts SMTP connections, takes all mail given to it, and stores it in a file. Forward takes that file and forwards it over SMTP to a fixed destination. This is code for integrating into your own projects rather than using as is. It is suitable for creating a disaster-recovery mail handler, but would also make a good basis for a spam filter, a tarpit, a honeypot, or a greylist filter. It is written in simple C, and has no external dependencies such as libsmtp.

Download Website Updated 22 Mar 2007 Bae's RSSMailFeed

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RSSMailFeed is a program to send the contents of an RSS feed through email. It works with RSS feeds that require authentication (even "locked" journal or blog posts). If you have permission to read them, you can get them via email.

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Tonido

Access, share, and sync from anywhere and any device.

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A 2D CAD program.