HTTPS clone URL
Subversion checkout URL
milter manager is a free software to protect you from spam mails and virus mails effectively with milter.
C Ruby Groff Perl Shell C++ Other
…o them GitHub: Fix #61
# -*- rd -*- = README --- milter manager: a milter to use milters effectively. == Name milter manager == Site ((<URL:http://milter-manager.sourceforge.net/>)) == License Use the following rules: * Files that describe their license: their license * Commands: GPL3(license/gpl.txt) * Documents: GFDL(license/fdl.txt) * Images: Public Domain * Libraries: LGPL3(license/lgpl.txt) Here is a concrete list: * Files that describe their license: * milter/core/milter-memory-profile.c: LGPL2+ * Commands: GPL3 * src/* * tool/* * Documents: GFDL * README, README.ja * doc/* * Images: Public Domain * doc/*.svg, doc/*.png, html/*.svg, html/*.png * Libraries: LGPL3 * others than those above == milter manager milter manager is a milter to use multiple milters effectively. If milter manager is introduced, milter manager administrates milters instead of MTA. The has some advantages: * reduce milter administration cost * combine milters flexibly See ((<Introduction|"doc/introduction.rd">)) for more details. == Dependencies * MTA that supports milter * Sendmail >= 8.13.8 * Postfix >= 2.3.3 * GLib >= 2.12.3 * Ruby >= 1.8.5 * UN*X OS * Linux（Debian GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS） * FreeBSD, NetBSD * Solaris === Optional dependencies * ((<Cutter: unit testing framework for C|URL:http://cutter.sourceforge.net/>)) >= 1.0.6 It is needed for 'make check' and 'make coverage'. * LCOV: graphical front-end for GCC's coverage testing tool gcov It is needed for 'make coverage'. ((<LCOV - the LTP GCOV extension|URL:http://ltp.sourceforge.net/coverage/lcov.php>)) * RRDtool (It's better that bundled Ruby bindings are also installed) It is needed for milter-manager-log-analyzer. ((<RRDtool|URL:http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/>)) == Install See ((<Install|"doc/install.rd">)). == Configuration See ((<Configuration|"doc/configuration.rd">)). == Usage milter-manager command is installed into sbin/ not bin/. In most cases, normal user doesn't include sbin/ in PATH. You will need to use absolute path. If you don't specify --prefix option for configure script, milter-manager is installed into /usr/local/sbin/. You can run milter-manager like the following: % /usr/local/sbin/milter-manager --help Available options are shown if installation is succeeded. See ((<milter-manager|"doc/milter-manager.rd">)) for more details. == Tools milter manager includes some useful tools. They are installed into bin/. * ((<milter-test-server|"doc/milter-test-server.rd">)): It talks MTA side milter protocol. It can be used for testing a milter without MTA. * ((<milter-test-client|"doc/milter-test-client.rd">)): It is a milter that just shows received data from MTA. It can be used for confirming what data is sent from MTA. * ((<milter-performance-check|"doc/milter-performance-check.rd">)): It is a SMTP client that measures MTA performance. * ((<milter-manager-log-analyzer|"doc/milter-manager-log-analyzer.rd">)): It analyzes log of milter-manager and visualizes behavior of milters registered to milter-manager. == Mailing list There is ((<milter-manager-users-en|URL:https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/milter-manager-users-en>)) mailing list. Questions and bug reports are accepted on it. New release announce is also done on the mailing list. If you are using milter manager, it's a good idea that you subscribe the mailling list. == Source code The latest source is available from the Git repository: % git clone https://github.com/milter-manager/milter-manager.git == Thanks * OBATA Akio: reported a bug. * Павел Гришин: reported bugs. * Fumihisa Tonaka: * reported bugs. * suggested new features. * sgyk: reported bugs. * Tsuchiya: reported bugs. * Syunsuke Komma: reported a bug. * Yuto Hayamizu: * cleaned test. * added useful features for creating milter by Ruby. * gorimaru: suggested usage improvements. * ZnZ: * fixed typos. * reported useful advises. * Antuan Avdioukhine: suggestions. * SATOH Fumiyasu: * reported bugs. * improved Solaris support. * ROSSO: reported a bug. * akira yamada: * reported a bug. * suggested about Debian package. * Kenji Shiono: * reported bugs. * suggested new features. * Jordao: * reported a bug. * Mitsuru Ogino: * reported bugs. * moto kawasaki: * added /etc/rc.conf.local loading support on FreeBSD.