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Version 1.4.15
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Plugins - Server Side Filter
Category: Filters & Spam

This plugin is intended to replace the existing ProcFilter plugin and the existing Server Side Filters plugin. It is based largely off of the ProcFilter plugin with the backend rewritten to support many different configurations. Supports Virtual domains, Maildir and MBOX mailboxes, procmail and maildrop, and Spamassassin filtering.

Latest code is always in our CVS repository at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/serverfilters


Version 1.42
by Jonathan Stroud on Apr 19, 2004
[ serversidefilter-1.42.tar.gz tarball (20554 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 1.4.x, Compatibility plugin

Description: Version 1.40
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1. Updated README to clear up confusions about vadmin. Vadmin is not required.
2. New method for setting file permissions. This provides the following:
     Uses C wrapper for running setuid commands
     Improved local backend support.
     FTP Removed. No longer requires FTP backend for maildrop.
     Domain passwords are no longer necessary (they were required for ftp).
     Vpopmail support should be more straight forward now.
     Config file is greatly simplified.
3. New virtual domain configuration. No longer hard coded to
     /var/qmail/control/virtualdomains.
4. Added feature to optionally allow filtering to unsubscribed mailboxes.
5. Can create a .forward file to enable mail filtering on systems that use forward files.
6. Fixed To or Cc option.
7. Added more advanced filtering options and pattern matching.
8. Added direct delete option

Older versions

Version 1.32
by Jonathan Stroud on Nov 26, 2003
[ serversidefilter-1.32.tar.gz tarball (4652 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Compatibility plugin. SquirrelMail 1.4.x

Description: Bugfix: Plugin now properly escapes regular expressions charachters. Moved new filter form to the top of the page by popular request. Fixed feature to allow users to add their own rules to the beginning or end of the .mailfilter or .procmailrc file. Simply add your own rules/scripts before the BEGIN statement or after the END statement. This feature existed origionally, but had been broken for quite some time.

Version 1.31
by Jonathan Stroud on Nov 25, 2003
[ serversidefilter-1.31.tar.gz tarball (2267 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Compatibility plugin. SquirrelMail 1.4.x

Description: Bugfix for procmail users getting a illegal expression error in the backend.php file. Also fixes a problem when using procmail and folders with spaces in the name.

Version 1.3
by Jonathan Stroud on Nov 24, 2003
[ serversidefilter-1.3.tar.gz tarball (2260 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Compatibility plugin. SquirrelMail 1.4.x

Description: This is a bugfix release. Not really any new features yet. I really would like it if someone wants to help develop this code. I have been overwhelmed with other work for the past several months and have not been able to develop any new features.

Version 1.22
by Jonathan Stroud on Aug 9, 2003
[ serversidefilter-1.22.tar.gz tarball (3499 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 1.4.x, Compatibility plugin, Procmail or Maildrop

Description: Initial release. Many more features to come!

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