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James - Enterprise Mail Server

  •    Java

James (a.k.a Java Apache Mail Enterprise Server) is a 100% pure Java SMTP and POP3 Mail server, and NNTP News server designed to be a complete and portable enterprise mail/messaging engine solution based on currently available open messaging protocols.

Haraka - A fast, highly extensible, and event driven SMTP server

  •    Javascript

Haraka is a highly scalable node.js email server with a modular plugin architecture. Haraka can serve thousands of concurrent connections and deliver thousands of messages per second. Haraka and plugins are written in asynchronous JS and are very fast. Haraka has very good spam protection (see plugins) and works well as a filtering MTA. It also works well as a MSA running on port 587 with auth and dkim_sign plugins enabled.

Postfix - Mail Server

  •    C

Postfix is mail server that started life at IBM research as an alternative to the widely-used Sendmail program. Postfix attempts to be fast, easy to administer, and secure. The outside has a definite Sendmail-ish flavor, but the inside is completely different. It supports IPv6, DKIM, DomainKeys and SenderID authentication, SPF, Sendmail Milter (mail filter) protocol, Zombie blocker, TLS encryption, LDAP and it supports database like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Berkeley DB, Memcache.

Exim - Message Transfer Agent

  •    C

Exim is a message transfer agent (MTA) developed at the University of Cambridge for use on Unix systems connected to the Internet. There is a great deal of flexibility in the way mail can be routed, and there are extensive facilities for checking incoming mail.

cuttlefish - Transactional email server with a lovely web interface

  •    Ruby

And without the hidden dangers of vendor lock in of commercial transactional email services. Cuttlefish is in beta. It's been used in production by OpenAustralia Foundation's projects for several years and has sent many millions of emails.

ZoneMTA - Modern outbound MTA cross platform and extendable server application

  •    Javascript

ZoneMTA is a modern outbound MTA cross platform and extendable server application. Modern outbound SMTP relay (MTA/MSA) built on Node.js and MongoDB (queue storage). It's kind of like Postfix for outbound but is able to use multiple local IP addresses and is easily extendable using plugins that are way more flexible than milters.

chasquid - [mirror] SMTP (email) server

  •    Go

chasquid is an SMTP (email) server. It aims to be easy to configure and maintain for a small mail server, at the expense of flexibility and functionality.

docker-mailman - Dockerfiles for the mailman suite.

  •    Python

This repository hosts code for two docker images maxking/mailman-core and maxking/mailman-web both of which are meant to deploy GNU Mailman 3 in a production environment. Docker is a container ecosystem which can run containers on several platforms. It consists of a tool called docker-compose which can be used to run multi-container applications. This repository consists of a docker-compose.yaml file which is a set of configurations that can be used to deploy the Mailman 3 Suite.

MTAPI - JSON proxy server for the MTA's realtime New York City subway feed

  •    Python

MTAPI is a small HTTP server that converts the MTA's realtime subway feed from Protocol Buffers/GTFS to JSON. The app also adds caching and makes it possible to retrieve information by location and train line. This project is under active development and any part of the API may change. Feedback is very welcome.

ansible-role-postfix - Ansible role for Postfix MTA


This role configures Postfix which is a free and open-source mail transfer agent (MTA) that routes and delivers electronic mail, intended as an alternative to the widely used Sendmail MTA. This role requires Ansible version 1.4 or higher and the Debian/Ubuntu platform.

qpsmtpd - qpsmtpd is a flexible smtpd daemon written in Perl

  •    Perl

Qpsmtpd is an extensible SMTP engine written in Perl. See plugins/quit_fortune for a cute example. Qpsmtpd is licensed under the MIT License; see the LICENSE file for more information.

mta-gtfs - A node.js NYC MTA API library

  •    Protocol

For feed information, see http://datamine.mta.info/list-of-feeds. In order to use the MTA real-time APIs, you will need an MTA API key from here: http://datamine.mta.info/user/register.

feed2email - RSS/Atom feed updates in your email

  •    Ruby

feed2email is a headless feed aggregator that sends feed entries via email. It was initially written as a replacement of rss2email and aims to be simple, fast and easy to use.

mta-lua-async - ⏱ Non-blocking iteration and computing

  •    Lua

MTA:SA Async library. If you have some heavy cyclic operations, that are dropping "Infinite/too long execution", or operations that "freeze" your server for couple seconds, you can use this library. It supports multiple running threads at a time.

MTATD - MTA:SA debugger and unit testing framework

  •    Lua

This extension implements a debug adapter for MTA:SA's (Multi Theft Auto: San Andreas) Lua. Note that it doesn't work with plain Lua though.

dovecot-cookbook - Chef cookbook to install and configure Dovecot.

  •    Ruby

Chef cookbook to install and configure Dovecot, open source IMAP and POP3 email server. Let me know if you use it successfully on any other platform.

postfix-dovecot-cookbook - Chef cookbook example to install and configure a mail server using Postfix, Dovecot, PostfixAdmin and SpamAssassin

  •    Ruby

Installs and configures a mail server using Postfix, Dovecot, PostfixAdmin and SpamAssassin, including Amazon SES support. Please, let us know if you use it successfully on any other platform.

ptorx - 📩🛡 Email privacy. Anonymously send and receive with alias forwarding.

  •    TypeScript

Anonymously forward and send mail with email forwarding and aliases through Ptorx. Create unique email address aliases that are linked to your real emails. You'll still send and receive mail with their apps as usual.

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