233 projects tagged "Mail Transport Agents"

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 SAUCE

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SAUCE (Software Against Unsolicited Commercial Email) is an SMTP server that sits between the Internet and your actual mail software. It was originally written to help in the fight against spam, but it also helps encourage good configuration and administration in general.

Download Website Updated 22 May 2001 Replex

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Replex is an administrative tool for managing email on any Unix-like OS. It can handle multiple domains, users, mailing lists, etc. without requiring creation of Unix user accounts for mailboxes or authentication. Replex is written in PHP4 and stores all information in a MySQL database. Replex relies on Postfix for SMTP and Cyrus for IMAP and POP3 accounts.

Download Website Updated 27 May 2001 eXtremail manager

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eXtremail manager is a PHP-based SMTP/POP server manager, specifically for the eXtremail server. It offers the server admin many ways to monitor server activity, and add, edit, or delete users and domains. It also allows the main admin to specify admins per domain, which allows those "mini-admins" to administer their own domains, and none of the other ones.

Download Website Updated 16 Aug 2001 perl-esmtpd

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perl-esmtpd is an antispam, antivirus, and authenticating SMTP daemon. It integrates with qmail, sendmail, stunnel, etc. It's simple Perl, so you can hack it to suit your needs. It supports RBLs, mx on from, bounce evil phrases, virus scanning, etc. It offers: RBL-sytle black-hole DNS checking when not relaying, verification of valid MX records for the MAIL FROM (when not relayin, the ability to use Stunnel for smtps connections and still do RBL checks etc., simple authentication (i.e. PLAIN or LOGIN) for offsite users, and the ability to reject email with certain key phrases. Many other useful features are included.

Download Website Updated 15 Oct 2001 sendqmailq

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sendqmailq is intended for home computers that run qmail as their MTA but do not have permanent connection to the Internet. The outbound emails are stored locally in a queue, and when the IP connection is brought up, sendqmailq sends them to the ISP's SMTP server. Unlike serialmail, sendqmailq sends one single copy of an email to multiple recipients (instead of one copy each).

Download Website Updated 08 Dec 2001 DBMail Admin

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DBMail Admin is a PHP module that allows a DBMail setup to be administered from a Web browser.

Download Website Updated 21 Dec 2001 Moxy

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The Moxy Mail Proxy acts as a mail server for multiple domains, transparently proxying mail to different hosts and/or ports. Mail servers transparently receive mail on non-standard ports (i.e., other than 25), users retain complete control over their mail server, mail bandwidth usage is logged on a per destination or per email address basis, mail can be directed to multiple servers/ports simultaneously, and more.

No download Website Updated 31 Dec 2001 valiases

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valiases mimics the sendmail behavior of evaluating aliases for mail sent to one or more virtual mail addresses. It checks whether any of the (visibly) addressed mail accounts of an email message matches one of the configured aliases, and resends mail to the alias replacement. If you don't have access to /etc/aliases but you need it, this program is for you.

Download Website Updated 29 Apr 2002 QNews

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QNews is a gateway between the qmail mail system and Usenet. It allows an ordinary user with an account on a system running qmail to send and receive articles on Usenet via email. For example, you can post to alt.test by sending an email to joeuser-qnews-alt.test@domain.com.

No download Website Updated 14 Jun 2002 JSpamFilter

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JSpamfilter is software that intercepts connections from remote Internet mail servers before they can connect to your mail server. The originating IP address for the inbound connection is then checked against one of the DNS-based SPAM Blackhole (DNSBL) lists maintained on the Internet by various organizations. If the check passes, the connection is allowed to proceed to your mail server; if it fails, the connection is told that the mail server is unavailable, then dropped.

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