At the moment ive started toying with the source some.
I am still torn between working on xmail vs switching to a different mail
My thoughts so far.
* My first concern with no active development is, Are there any security
* I haven't found any in the wild exploits against the current release of
** Doesn't mean it Doesn't exist.
* I have no experience with any other mail server.
* I don't have time to do a ton of matinance support on my own for a mail
* I have no windows machines to test with (YAY !?)
Things i would want to do if taking this on would be..
* Get some sort of thumbs up or feedback from Davide Libenzi.
* Recompile for testing with asan + ubsan + tsan. As they can spot a lot of
potential security issues. (Not aware of any myself)
* Conduct fuzzing testing.
* Change the server setup to run as an unprivileged user by default / with
* Look for current bug reports, as at the moment, I know of none.
So my first question is, is there even a wish list? or any known
security or bug issues to be dealt with?
I am interested in feedback on this stuff.
I would keep any security issues confidential until a patching method was
available and merely state if i knew of one.
I do not at this time know of any.
On Thu, Dec 28, 2017 at 8:23 AM, Ben Green via xmail <email@example.com>
> Hello Ead,
> I have been using xmailserver for quite a long time I have only one server
> running but I am familiar with the code and would like to see a stronger
> community behind the project. There is a copy of v1.26 and some changes
> that someone cloned to Github: https://github.com/GerHobbelt/xmail
> I would like to help and would suggest that we start by taking the 1.27
> source and seeing if there were any changes that GerHobbelt made that
> should be included and put the resulting code into a new repo on github.
> I am happy to undertake this first small bit of work this weekend... what
> do you think? is anyone else interested in helping maintain the code?
> Kind regards,
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