The EESST package implements a common format for Email Exchange of Secondary School Transcripts. MIME and OpenPGP email standards are applied to enable secure communication of academic transcripts directly from each student to his or her chosen recipients without intervention or monitoring by any third-parties. Because transcripts are digitally signed by the originating school official, transcript recipients can independently verify that transcripts received directly from students have not been altered in transit.
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.
MailChariot's only mission is to get your incoming email (for example from /var/spool/mail), filter it through a spam filter, and put it into a spam or ham mailbox. If you don't agree with the spam filter's decision, you can move it to the notspam or notham mailbox and MailChariot will mark the message as ham or spam respectively. This design is mail client agnostic. It is ideal for use on shared hosts where the provided spam filtering is not effective enough.
Mail2Web is a gateway between email and Web service for places where no direct Internet connection is available, but email can be used. This script can be installed in the .forward file of an email-enabled Unix account and will then translate simple email commands into Web page fetches. Authorized users are identified by their "from" address and a password in the subject line.
Response is a set of tools to handle automatic email responses, also called "Out of Office", "Vacation", or "Autoreply" messages. Response tries hard to do that the correct way, i.e. not responding to messages that should not be responded to. All of the validation code can be easily modified to suite your needs, but the project tries hard to ship sane defaults. It is designed for many virtual users and multiple mail servers, but works just fine for small deployments. Configuration and response state is stored in an RDBMS.