IndiMail is a Secure, Reliable, Efficient Messaging Platform which provides you everything needed in a modern messaging server - ESMTP, IMAP, POP3, QMTP, QMQP and many other features.
IndiMail gives you speeds that are faster than most MTAs.
The flexibility provided by IndiMail's authentication methods allow any IMAP/POP3 server to be used with IndiMail.
IndiMail is built for speed and flexibility. You can download the source or use the binary RPM generated by openSUSE Build Service.
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My First Web Page
I had never liked html. Finally with a bit of googling, landed on pages.google.com and managed to create my first web page at http://indimail.sourceforge.net.
I will be soon putting up my documentation up there.
I still have work to do on installing the MySQL database. I hope to do that in my bootstrap script which runs when i do make install or make install-strip
Indimail using YUM/APT Repository
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Shutdown MySQL if already running and disable MySQL from
being started up by the system % /etc/init.d/mysqld stop % sudo
chkconfig mysqld off % /bin/rm -f /service/mysql.3306/down
% sudo service indimail start
% sudo /usr/bin/svstat /service/* /service/clamd: up (pid 1014) 2985 seconds
/service/dnscache: up (pid 1021) 2985 seconds
/service/fetchmail: down 2985 seconds
/service/freshclam: up (pid 1020) 2…
IndiMail provides close to around 300 different programs as part of a flexible Enterprise Messaging Platform. You can carry administer the entire platform with around 45 of these programs. A program called indisrvr(8) provides a way for users to secure execute these commands from any remote location. To execute these programs, you need to have an admin account on the IndiMail server. These accounts can be created by the mgmtpass(8) program. Once you have an admin account on the IndiMail server, you can further restrict users to certain programs using the vpriv(8) program. vpriv can further modify privileges by allowing only certain options within a allowed program.
To execute these programs on the IndiMail server, you need to connect to port 4000 and use the adminclient protocol. The adminclient protocol is described below by showing a conversation between a client and the server 'indisrvr'
IndiMail provides multiple methods by which you can intercept an email in transit and modify the email headers or the email body. A filter is a simple program that expects the raw email on standard input and outputs the message text back on standard output. The program /bin/cat can be used as a filter which simply copies the standard input to standard output without modifying anything. Some methods can be used before the mail gets queued and some methods can be used before the execution of local / remote delivery.
It is not necessary for a filter to modify the email. You can have a filter just to extract the headers or body and use that information for some purpose. IndiMail also provides the following programs - 822addr(1), 822headerfilter(1), 822bodyfilter(1), 822field(1), 822fields(1), 822header(1), 822body(1), 822headerok(1), 822received(1), 822date(1), 822fields(1) to help in processing emails.
Let us say that we have written a script /usr/local/bin/myfilter. The myfilter program …