Tarmail is an e-mail server that resists abuse.
Version: 1.3.2Tarmail application is an e-mail server that resists abuse. You can use tarmail as a full-featured standalone e-mail server, or as a shield for your main mail servers, or as a trap for unsolicited mail. Tarmail is written in C and released in source-code form.
Operating System: Linux
Tarmail is released under the terms of the GPL version 2. You must accept this license agreement before downloading tarmail.
Tarmail is written in C and is designed to be able to run on any platform that properly implements the BSD Sockets interface. The number of dependencies has been minimized as much as possible.
Note that Tarmail is currently in development. This means that you should not expect it to be completely problem-free. Every effort has been made to try and make tarmail as solid as possible, but this is no guarantee. It could crash, it could spin out of control and generate a storm of messages, and things like that. If you do find a bug in tarmail please let me know.
Important: This software is offered AS-IS without warranty of any kind. You use this software at your sole risk and expense. In no event shall the author of this software be liable for any damages.
What's New in This Release:
· Virtual domains, the SIZE extension, optional whitelist-block notification for users, and the DESTDIR= and PREFIX= options for the Makefile were added.
· Numerous bugs were fixed.