Andrew Starr's Unofficial Eudora Site
NEWS: EIMS licensed by Glenn Anderson.
Eudora Internet Mail Server
Complementary software and utilities:
- NotifyMail by Scott Gruby(Mac) and Craig Lauer(Windows). NotifyMail is an application that works with EIMS (or with other servers) to notify Eudora and other e-mail applications that mail has arrived at that user's account. Their e-mail program can then retrieve e-mail messages as they arrive, rather than having to poll the server every n minutes to see if new mail has arrived.
- Mail Directory System for Mac OS by CE Software works with Apple Share IP or EIMS to not only act as a Ph and LDAP server but also collects incoming and outgoing e-mail addresses to add to the Ph and LDAP directories. Security features include blocking some or all data from being retrieved from outside an organization.
- Account Management:
- EIMS WebAdmin (requires MacASP). Each EIMS user can manage his/her own account, and can allow users to manage his/her own domains.
- Mailshare Loader is a utility for importing and exporting users in EIMS.
- Optigold ISP by Digital Point is ISP management/billing software. Comes in Mac or Windows versions. "If you use Eudora Internet Mail Server in conjunction with Optigold ISP, you can seamlessly integrate the two products. Create, delete, hold and release from hold email accounts (both POP and aliases) automatically."
- Passenger by MacinMind will import a tab-delimited database of user information and generate usernames (checking for unintentional duplicates for different people) and random passwords, as well as set account parameters. "Exports for AppleShare IP 6.3 XML, Macintosh Manager, Eudora Internet Mail Server, WebSTAR FTP, WebSTAR Web, and user-defined customized export."
- Mailing List Servers/Utilities
- AutoShare works with EIMS to allow auto-reply accounts, "vacation" messages, and listservs.
- Macjordomo works with EIMS to do mailing lists. Macjordomo does not require a uninterupted Internet connection.
- WS4D/Email-Search acts as a standalone server or CGI, and works with EIMS and other mail servers to make mailing lists searchable via the web.
- Multiple Domain Handling
- Avalonia Mail Router is an extension to mail servers such as Apples Internet Mail Server (AIMS), Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS) or Stalker Internet Mail Server (SIMS), providing extra functionality to handle many domains on one single machine. Apart from assigning mailboxes to each user on the different domains, MailRouter can also redirect mail based on account or domain names, handle subdomains, divide users on a big domain to a set of servers and handle unregistered addresses.
- Forw@rd allows the Eudora Internet Mail Server to serve virtual domain mail.
- MailBurst by Dantowitz Consulting & Research, Inc., allows the Eudora Internet Mail Server to work with virtual and multiple domains, supports wild cards, auto replies, and more.
- Virus/Spam and other Filters:
- dr.moensted's Spam (ORBS/MAPS) and Virus filters
- Filters for EIMS 2.2 and later (filters for .exe, .vbs, other virii, spam, etc.) by Glenn Anderson
- Filtre v-cards by Kallisys "generates a 550 error when a message with these painful attachements arrives."
- Filtre & Go by Kallisys "This EIMS filter is a generic filter. It's the first step of a larger project including an application to set the filters and a plug-in for Eudora. It currently allows to filter on any header, on the name of the client, on its IP, on the sender, on the recipients and on the body of the message, using in each case a regular expression."
- OITC EIMS Virus/Spam Filter page
- Proposed EIMS Virus UberFilter
- Simple Text Filter "is a plug-in filter for EIMS 2.x and later. It allows you to specify text to search for within an email message and to reject messages that contain a match."
- Trebor's Obnoxious Lunchmeat Detector (TOLD) by Robert Woodhead "examines every e-mail that passes through the mailserver and tests it against a sophisticated set of filters. If it detects suspicious text or patterns that make it likely that the e-mail is a spam (or contains a virus), it adds extra headers to the e-mail noting what it found.
The e-mail is then delivered to the recipient (TOLD never deletes e-mail). The recipient may then use a simple set of filters in her mail reading application (ie: Eudora, Outlook, etc) to decide what to do with the e-mail.
TOLD filters are all XML based, and TOLD automatically downloads the latest version of them from this website at regular intervals. You can also create your own filters.
TOLD can also query a number of DNS-based blacklists if you so desire. "
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