aptg(2) (a place to go) is a Web-based email client written in PHP, using localhost connections to a running IMAP4 server. It is designed to work with Postfix. Authentication is against a MySQL database as used by pam_mysql (username + password) or by using one of the virtual email addresses (also stored in the MySQL database) and that password. A powerful addressbook is also included. It uses its own session handling system with one-time session ids. The development version has experimental GnuPG support.
Imabluri takes a message from your SMTP server, runs virus and spam checks on it, and does some marking and logging. Afterwards, it hands the message over to your mailbox system or IMAP/POP3 server. A daemon approach minimizes the system load. A very small client program actually takes the mail from the SMTP server, writes it to your hard drive, and adds it to a MySQL database. The daemon is polled after the client stores the message, and tries to spawn a child process that does the actual checks. This project replaces vislog, which will no longer be mantained.