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Junk Email Filter

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Version 1.4.15
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Plugins - TMDA Tools
Category: Filters & Spam

TMDA (Tagged Message Delivery Agent) can significantly reduce the amount of SPAM received through the use of whitelists, blacklists, tagged addresses and a challenge response mechanism. This plugin allows a TMDA enabled account to be managed from within the SquirrelMail interface, including the ability to edit list files, add control headers to outgoing email, manage pending messages and create tagged addresses for use outside SquirrelMail. The plugin can automatically detect a TMDA enabled account making it suitable for use in a multi-user environment in which not all accounts use TMDA. See the TMDA Tools website for screenshots and detailed setup instructions.

Version 1.0.2
by David Morison on May 2, 2004
[ tmdatools.1.0.2-1.4.2.tar.gz tarball (9052 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 1.4.2 TMDA 1.0.2

  • Fixed bug affecting some systems causing logout when attempting to edit files.

    Older versions

    Version 1.0.1
    by David Morison on Apr 25, 2004
    [ tmdatools.1.0.1-1.4.2.tar.gz tarball (5754 d/l) Help ]
    Requires: SquirrelMail 1.4.2 TMDA 1.0.2

  • Changed version numbering to major.minor.maintenance
  • Escaped user input to tmda-address

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