Skip to content
Fetching contributors…
Cannot retrieve contributors at this time
73 lines (47 sloc) 1.98 KB
Near term roadmap
Add the first time denysoft plugin
Support email addresses with spaces in them
Add plugin API for checking if a local email address is valid
Include the popular check_delivery[1] functionality via the 0.30 API
[1] until then get it from
Add API to reject individual recipients after the RCPT has been
accepted and generate individual bounce messages.
0.51: bugfixes
1.0bN: bugfixes (repeat until we run out of bugs to fix)
1.0.0: it just might happen!
1.1.0: new development
add whitelist support to the dnsbl plugin (and maybe to the rhsbl
plugin too). Preferably both supporting DNS based whitelists and
filebased (CDB) ones.
Use clamd so we don't have to run with a higher memory limit. Matt
has made a Perl module interfacing clamd; the clamav module should use
that if available.
plugin support;
support plugins for the rest of the commands.
specify a priority in register_hook. ("LAST", "FIRST", "MIDDLE", or
maybe a number)
plugin access to the data line by line during the DATA phase
(instead of just after)
if qmail-queue can't be loaded we still return 250 ?!
TRACE in is not actually being used. Should it be?
Move dispatch() etc from to to allow other similar
protocols to use the qpsmtpd framework.
Future Ideas
Methods to create a bounce message easily; partly so we can accept a
mail for one user but bounce it right away for another RCPT'er.
The data_post hook should be able to put in the notes what addresses
should go through, bounce and get rejected respectively, and qpsmtpd
should just do the right thing. See also
David Carraway has some thoughts for "user filters"
Make it run as a mod_perl 2.0 connection handler module ...
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.