Inbucket is an email testing service. It accepts messages for any email address and makes them available to view via a Web interface. It allows Web developers, software engineers, and system administrators to quickly see the emailed output of their applications. No per-account setup is required. Mailboxes are created on the fly as mail is received for them, and no password is required to browse the content of the mailboxes.
Masqmail is an MTA (mail transport agent) for notebooks, workstations, home servers, and generally any host with no permanent network connection. It has special support for multiple transfer routes (e.g. to different mail providers). Address rewriting can be done in several ways. It is a slim replacement for full-blown MTAs such as sendmail, exim, qmail, or postfix and for the intended uses, configuration is much simpler.
openICEM is a highly scalable server software that aims to provide a certified email service as specified by Italian law. It is based around the Postfix MTA, python-ldap, and python-clamd. It makes use of XML-RPC for communication among servers and does not require any shared service or shared filesystem.
Built upon Maarch Framework, Maarch LetterBox is a complete mail management solution. It is developed exclusively by its user base. It handles incoming, outgoing, and internal mail. It ships with an inline editor to generate mail or answers from templates. It sends alerts and notifications on new mail, late mail, etc. It manages mail circulation between users through virtual mail baskets. It logs every action on documents and on the configuration of the application. It offers tools to monitor mail activity.
Mireka is a mail server with SMTP, Mail Submission, and POP3 services. It can also be used as an SMTP proxy. As a proxy, it can help to prevent or diagnose mail problems, like outgoing backscatter spam. It provides detailed logging, basic mail traffic statistics, tarpit to prevent email harvesting, and loop detection. It can filter email by DNSBL, SPF, mail size, local domains, and recipients list. Local recipients can be specified using regular expressions. TLS is supported for incoming connections. Aliases, forward lists, and very simple mailing lists can be configured in XML. Custom filters and other components can be written in Java, and they can be easily implemented and installed.