BinkeyForce is an FTN mailer, a program that transmits files (netmail and echomail) between one FTN node and another. Bforce can be used to communicate over TCP/IP with the binkp protocol or with the classic FTN way of modem links. Bforce is easy to configure and has good support for FTN standards.
CrashMail II is a Fidonet tosser/scanner with a built-in AreaFix implementation, support for Binkley style outbound (BSO), and message filtering capabilities. It is a fork of Johan Billing's original CrashMail II distribution that introduces a number of fixes (primarily support for running under 64-bit Linux) and a few new features.
FIDOGATE is a Fido-Internet gateway and a Fido tosser. The gateway converts between the worlds of Fido NetMail/EchoMail (or FTNs, Fido Technology Networks in general) and the UNIX mail/news system. FIDOGATE will convert Fido mail packets to RFC822/1036-style messages and vice versa.
JAMlib is a collection of subroutines that encapsulate much of the format-specific and tedious details of the JAM message base format. By using these routines, application programmers can concentrate on the higher-level issues of their programs instead of worrying about their JAM routines.
MBSE BBS is a full Fidonet-capable ANSI BBS package including a mailer (ifcico clone), tosser, ticfile processor, filefind, and other utilities. It supports fully configurable ANSI menus, multiple languages, IEMSI, standard file transfer protocols, and native Linux doors. The mailer supports the FTS-0001, YooHoo/2U2, EMSI protocols over modem, and the TCP/IP Binkp and IFC protocols, Zedzap, Zmodem, Telink, and Hydra file transfer protocols. Full FTN mail support, including automatic routing for hub and host systems, is included. A Fidonet/Internet gateway is also built-in. The internal mail format is JAM (c) messagebase, and there is full tic file support, including extended tic files.
RNtrack is a mail tracker/router for FidoNet-like networks. It's purpose is to process netmail on netmail hubs, though it can be useful for an ordinary node. It takes a letter, compares it with a mask and, if comparison was successful, it executes the corresponding operation with this letter. It works with popular message bases, MSG, PKT, Squish, and JAM.