Postoffice is a simple SMTP mail server and client written with spam blocking in mind.
Version: 1.4.5cPostoffice is a simple SMTP mail server and client written with spam blocking in mind. The project provides a greylist to slow down the rate of incoming spam, and can be configured to do antivirus checking on incoming mail either via the sendmail milter protocol or a traditional hard-coded AV program.
License: BSD License
Operating System: Linux
Postoffice can be configured to deliver mail to accounts inside vm-pop3d-style virtual domains, and it can further be enabled to support AUTH LOGIN for people inside virtual domains, so they can use postoffice as a mail forwarder when replying to mail.
Postoffice accepts (and ignores) many of the same command line options that are passed to sendmail, and it comes with the usual crop of sendmail compatable aliases; runq, mailq, newaliases, and sendmail.
What's New in This Release:
· This release adds no features except for a better chance of compiling without complaint if CC="gcc -Wall".