I think that a github repo is better and easier to fork just in case someone else will contribute.
Stefano > Il giorno 24/mag/2015, alle ore 18:09, U.Mutlu via xmail > <email@example.com> ha scritto: > > Hi Bart & All, > > Bart Mortelmans via xmail wrote on 05/16/2015 10:27 PM: >> I have been using XMail for what must have been almost 15 years. I still >> prefer XMail for anything that does not need IMAP. > > I have no experience yet with Dovecot, but what does it mean when > they say "If you already have XMail Setup and just want to add in IMAP > support See : dovecot-setup.html" on this webpage: > http://xmail.nomadcf.com/xmail-dovecot > >> I made some small changes to the code. If anybody would be willing to pick >> up XMail and start development again, I hope that these changes can also >> get into the new version. If you need more details, let me know! > > Thx, since Davide is not reachable for a very long time now (3+ yrs?), > I hereby accounce my general interest in bugfixing and adding new > features (patches and wishes of users) into the current 1.27 branch, > if time permits. I'll also setup an svn repository. > > The only problem is: at this time I can't support any other OS beyond Linux. > > I will brand the new version something like "v1.27.n.linux" > where "n" is a counter. > >> - Change the default error message for a failed pre-date or post-data >> filter to code 451 (by default this would otherwise be 554 which means >> there won’t be an other attempt). For me 451 makes much more sense. > > Can you explain how this is meant? > Is it the return code of the filter program like discussed here? : > http://xmailforum.marketmix.com/index.php?showtopic=3362 > >> - Added basic support for LMTP. That way I can have XMail deliver mails to >> dovecot directly. For this, I just had to add the LHLO message next to the >> HELO and EHLO. This works for me, as with my configuration there shouldn’t >> be any event in which XMail tries to deliver one e-mail to multiple >> recipients via LTMP. I’m not sure if there might be other configurations >> for which more work would be needed for LMTP to work. > > This sounds not trivial :-) I must admit I have no experience yet with LMTP, > but I saw wikipedia has a page about it: > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_Mail_Transfer_Protocol > https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2033 > >> - Made XMail log a line to SMAIL log in case of delivery failure (posted >> details on this in an e-mail to this mailing list very recently). > > Yeah, I would need that feature too. > > I recently added this feature into xmail: > > spamassassin (spamd via spamc) reports, with default config, > to every mail received by xmail the following bad score of 1.3: > "1.3 RDNS_NONE Delivered to internal network by a host with no rDNS" > After much research and experimenting I figured out what the reason is: > it is the "Received:" line xmail prepends to the mail depending on > "ReceivedHdrType" in server.tab. There are choices from 0 to 4, and > I added one more (5), and now spamassassin no more gives the above spam-score. > >> If anybody is taking feature requests: I would be interested in a way of >> XMail talking to a “filter” via a socket. Now, for every e-mail to be >> filtered, a process has to be started. It would be much more efficient if >> XMail could talk a filter-server via a socket. That filter server could be >> anything, but maybe we could even get it to talk directly to spamd and >> clamd… > > Yes, that's a good idea. I'll study the xmail sources. > > -- > Thx > Uenal > > _______________________________________________ > xmail mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://xmailserver.org/mailman/listinfo/xmail _______________________________________________ xmail mailing list email@example.com http://xmailserver.org/mailman/listinfo/xmail