smtpd is licenced by Obtuse Systems Corporation and has a modified GPL license
Note: smtpd 2.0 does very similar things to this
I realized that my previous work with smap wasn't fully redistributable,
so i looked for another daemon which was, and found smtpd. Personally,
i like it better than smap (good job to the folks at obtuse).
As always, his is a work in progress, please check this page for
bugfixes/enhancements, or send them to me (email@example.com).
I'm looking to learn how to beat spam
from you folks in netland.
I actually updated
this so that it works and points to the software!
- Received a big patch from Phil Homewood which fixes a lot of bugs
- put in regex matching for spamdomains and rcptdomains
- put in rcptdomain support -- so you can block by recipient as well as sender
- Fixed the Makefile entry for SPAMDOMAINS_FILE
so that it points to /etc/spamdomains instead of the erroneous /etc/localnets
- Moved all file definitions to the
Makefile to ease configuration
- Blocking of spam by network
- Dns screening of addresses, make
sure that from addresses
have any of IN_A,IN_MX,IN_CNAME records
- Concept of internal and external machines and domains
- internal machines may send mail to wherever
- external machines may only send to internal domains (no
- external machines optionally can be restricted to:
- not sending mail appearing from an internal domain
- not sending mail appearing
from a local user (mandate an @ site)
- optionally have a user@site where site has
either a valid MX or A record
- inverses of many of these concepts (local hosts, local domains)
are also in effect
description can be had.
Still want it? grab the
enhanced smtpd package!
mindspring's current filter list
Pardon my html, i'm a lynx type firstname.lastname@example.org