a2pdf converts plain (ASCII) text files to documents in the PDF format. Its features include optional line/page numbering, multiple font support, syntax highlighting for Perl source code, and customizable headers and footers. Binaries are available for Linux x86, Mac OS X (Intel), and Microsoft Windows platforms.
postprox is a minimal Postfix SMTP proxy which copies an SMTP conversation between its input and another SMTP server, but spools the DATA portion to a temporary file and runs a specified program on it before passing it on to the output server. It can potentially output an SMTP error code instead of the data if the content filter says to do so.
VTAGS is a command line application that will generate a VI(M) compatible tags file for VHDL source files. This application will read standard VHDL'87 files. It should also parse later VHDL, but it only takes account of the basic parts of the language. It will group items that it finds by architecture, procedure, function, or package. It does this by adding extra information to the extension field of the tags file.
DiaNa is a Perl framework designed to process a huge amount of data, performing from very easy to very complex tasks in a very efficient, spreadsheet-like, batch fashion. DiaNa also features an interactive Perl/Tk GUI, layered on the top of several batch shell-scripts. The DiaNa syntax is a very small and orthogonal superset of the underlying Perl syntax, which allows, for example, comfortable addressing of file tokens and profitable use of file formats throughout the data processing.
Anti-Spam Agent for Novell NetMail is a replacement for SpamAssassin's spamd. It will tell the NetMail server to send all new email to it for spam checking. If SpamAssassin determines that the email is spam, you can either have it deleted, or have "X-Spam-Flag: YES" added to the message header. This project also includes assistance for others to write their own NetMail agents.
NewsOutlook is a tool that aims to improve the signal to noise ratio of Usenet newsgroups and syndication feeds (RSS and Atom) by selecting only useful news. It consists of two modules: a Web-based configuration front-end and a server daemon. It uses the HTML::Mason framework and stores data in a MySQL database.
CleanPOP cleans your POP3 mailbox based on your local mbox, so local anti-spam tools can be applied to Web-mail and other non-local clients. After you've downloaded and processed mail from the POP server, CleanPOP logs in and purges email messages which match locally-added spam headers or are older than a configured expiration time. It aims to be safe by not deleting unfetched emails (unlike other email filters), and efficient by checking only new messages. It's also useful for fetchmail users, who have no option to "delete after X days".