BitDefender Mail Protection is a powerful mail filtering solution that provides antivirus and antispam capabilities to Linux mail servers. Both sent and received messages are scanned in real-time, avoiding possible infections and preventing anyone from sending an infected message. It claims a 100% detection rate for all viruses in the wild through its powerful scanning engines, which are certified by prestigious testing labs.
QUICA is a Web interface to manage various aspects of email administration. Working as a courier-mta frontend, it can make a quick and easy to use email server. Tasks like creating accounts and forwards can be done easily. It manages domains separately, allowing the delegation of each domain to different people. It's a great tool for your customers if you are a service provider, but also works well for a single domain. Quotas for each account are managed, the number of email messages and hard disk space can be controlled accurately. Internationalization is provided (with some languages included) and you can add your own. The interface allows you to delegate the management to non-sysadmins.
Elmtree Express Server is a realistic alternative to the Microsoft Windows server plaftorm. Express Server is a workgroup server solution, providing your business with integrated email, print management, and data storage functionality, all in one easy package. It includes an email server, a central address book via LDAP server, a DHCP server, a central file server, a print server, automated daily backups, GUI administration tools, and more.
Grinch is a small Perl script which can be used to check whether a given address is an open mail relay host. It can operate as a daemon, and speaks the tcp_map protocol implemented in Postfix when it runs as a daemon. It can also be used in arbitrary shell script environments where the hostname is read from stdin and the error code is written to stdout, which allows it to be used with qmail and other MTAs.