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IVS Milter is a virus, spam, and content milter. It makes use of the antivirus package ClamAV, and can also seamlessly integrate SpamAssassin (either spamc or libspamc). IVS Milter is also plugin based and currently supports virus scanning, spam scanning, content-type matching, attachment type matching, and attachment filename matching.
Policyd v2 (codenamed "cluebringer") is a multi-platform policy server for popular MTAs. This policy daemon is designed mostly for large scale mail hosting environments. The main goal is to implement as many spam combating and email compliance features as possible while at the same time maintaining portability, stability, and performance. Its features include detailed policy and group specification, access control, helo/ehlo checks (helo randomization prevention and RFC compliance), SPF checks, Greylisting, Quotas, and Amavisd-new integration.
Wiaflos Accounting is an attempt to create a multi-platform server-client based accounting system. The goal is to have a central accounting engine which can either run on a dedicated server or on the same PC as the client interface. A SOAP API allows for the easy writing of GUI or Web interfaces or for tying into in-house systems. It is intended to be useful for everyone from single-person organizations to multinational corporate entities.
SMRadius is a high performance pre-forked RADIUS AAA server. It features a highly configurable backend engine supporting flexible data specifications. Its primary goal is to provide an extremely flexible authentication platform which may serve a large number of industries, including ISPs and WiSPs.
AllWorldIT DBackup is a backup system which creates one archive per directory it backs up. This makes searching through the backup much easier, as you can look for which files you're after in the directory hierarchy. It will only back up directories which have changed, which makes it rsync friendly.
Re: Is it like dbmail ?
> Is it the same purpose ? Same
> architecture ? check www.dbmail.org
nope, we don't store the mail in the database, this is 1) in efficient 2) creates stress on the database server and 3) DOES NOT work if you are hosting 40,000 mailboxes.
IDMS DBMA is designed to be used by very large ISP's (which is where we get most of our funding from), we in turn desined this mail serice to beable to handing 40,000 clients per server (currently spec'd at 150 cyrix with 64Mb RAM)
DBMail isn't designed to allow the use of plugins, our sytem is totally plugin based.
We also will be adding very advanced features such as redirecting a mail address to a imap folder, and adding capability to login to an imap folder from pop3 which no other mail program can do. Your decision if you would like to accept this project. I can say the currect version (released to you guys) serves about 1.8 million emails a day on 5 servers, totalling a number of close to 8 million mails a day. If DBMAIL is designed for this capacity on the entry level servers this ISP uses i'll die my hair pink and wear a dress to work. ;)