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April 2007

Macworld: Feature: The inbox makeover

by 5 others
The key to managing these important messages is to evaluate each one for the response it requires and then quickly convert that evaluation into action.

November 2006

Daily Cup of Tech ยป Build a USB Drive Mail System

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I have combined an e-mail client (which also does RSS feeds), a portable SMTP server, and a small launcher application together with a customized autorun.inf file to create a complete portable mail system!

October 2006

Windows Live Mail

Windows Live Email Beta w contacts, calendar, etc.

September 2006

Qmail mailRemove.py

This python script is a simple tool to remove email from a Qmail mail queue that has a certain pattern of text within it. It was designed to be fast and non-destructive. I built this script when I was working at eGroups. All you need is Python, and most L

Linux notebook / qmail

excellent coverage of trigger pipes, queue, smtp and much more

qpsmtpd - Develooper LLC

by 2 others
qpsmtpd is a flexible smtpd daemon written in Perl. Apart from the core SMTP features, all functionality is implemented in small "extension plugins" using the easy to use object oriented plugin API.

Inter7 -

Simscan is a simple program that enables qmail-smtpd to reject viruses, spam, and block attachments during the SMTP conversation so the email never makes it into your computers. It is completely open source and uses other open source components. Very effi

Howto install of Qmail/vpopmail/courier-imap...

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QMAIL + Vpopmail + courier-imap + Qmailadmin + MySql + Spamassassin + clamav + Squirrelmail + stats (Isoqlog, qms-analog, qmailanalog & qmail MRTG) under Linux

Spamassassin with qmail / Vpopmail

If you want to link Qmail with spamassassin, it is quite easy. First, install spamassassin and install razor and pyzor if you want to use it.

Spamassassin & Qmail

Although (by now) I don't use Spamassassin myself, I have it done once and it worked for me. People have asked me about it, so I put the pieces here together.

Chris Hardie - qmail Anti-Spam HOWTO

options for system administrators who want to implement anti-spam mechanisms at the system-wide level.

Bill's Linux Qmail Toaster

What this toaster does and does not do: This "howto" will walk you through building a Linux Qmail "Toaster". While these instructions are intended to work with popular Linux distributions, they will probably work on other flavors of Unix without too much

The qmail newbie's guide to relaying

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there's a fair amount of confusion on the subject of relaying mail and what the rcpthosts file has to do with it, and how tcpserver's tcprules can affect it. So I've written the following, exceedingly wordy explanation of relaying and how to do it selecti

qmail: Second most popular MTA on the Internet

Please note that this site is a reference for qmail users. It's not designed to be easy to use -- it's designed to be comprehensive. There are things in here which have sharp edges! If you're looking for a tutorial site, visit Dave Sill's excellent Life W

Qmail on Debian

Installing Qmail . apt-get install ucspi-tcp-src apt-get install qmail-src apt-get install procmail build-ucspi-tcp

Qmail bugs and wishlist.

Given DJB's claims about qmail security, observing the behavior of some of his followers, their denying qmail bugs and calling people who name qmail bugs "trolls", I feel obliged to document a collection of warnings about qmail bugs, problems, with soluti

FEHCom - Qmail Support Page

I have set up a particular email discussion list to deal with the following issues: * SPAMCONTROL: release announcements, additional usage information, forthcoming developments * QMVC: release announcements, usage, additional templates * NEWANALYSE: relea

Life with qmail

Life with qmail is aimed at everyone interested in running qmail, from the rank amateur (newbie) who just installed Linux on a spare PC all the way up to the experienced system administrator or mail administrator. If you find it lacking or unclear, please

qmail: the Internet's MTA of choice

qmail is a secure, reliable, efficient, simple message transfer agent. It is designed for typical Internet-connected UNIX hosts. As of October 2001, qmail is the second most common SMTP server on the Internet, and has by far the fastest growth of any SMTP

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