Junk Email Filter
Plugins - Mail Alias|
This plugin will allow a user to set up email aliases for their account.
Currently it assumes that both main account and forwarding information are held in a database such as MySQL or PostgreSQL. It also assumes that a user's id is their full email address of the form [USERNAME]@[DOMAIN].
by Graeme C Neatham on Aug 20, 2005
[ mail_alias-2.0.0-1.4.4.tar.gz tarball (6548 d/l) Help ]
Major rewrite to use PEAR.DB database abstraction layer. Should now work with any database supported by PEAR.DB. Tested with MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite.
Moved SQL statements from the code to the config file.
Provided the possibility of keeping Aliases and Identities synchronized. That is when adding an Alias a matching Identity may be added; or when deleting an Alias all matching Identities may be deleted. When matching the Alias is compared to the "E Mail Address:" field used by the Identity.
Added Spanish translation.
by Graeme C Neatham on Jun 10, 2005
[ mail_alias-1.6-1.4.3.tar.gz tarball (3740 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 1.4.3
This plugin allows several email addresses to be accepted into a single account. That is many emails, each to a different email address, end up in a single Mail-box.
Aliases are thus email addresses having no separate email store of their own whose emails will be delivered into a user's single main account.
* Improved code following guidance from Paul Lesneiwski
* Added ability to define "no maximum" for the number of aliases
* Added Dutch translation
* Added ability to define per user maximum aliases allowed
* Added French and Hebrew translations (no functionality changes)
* Modified interface to use a drop-down list for permitted domains
* Added Internationalization to code (no functionality changes)
* Tidied code to better meet plugin standards
* Add documentation files, (no functionality changes)
* Initial release
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