KM-Parse v2.1 -
- Easy integration with mail servers
that allow a command line to scan incoming email before it is delivered.
- Execution of user's preferred
antivirus scanner and SpamAssassin antispam utility.
- 'On-the-fly' autorun of antivirus and
antispam server daemons, if required.
- Supports multiple domains
- SQLite database-driven table of
senders with intelligent use of non-matching From: and Return-path
addresses. Can be edited using SQLite Browser
(http://sqlitebrowser.sourceforge.net) or KMPedit (basic editor
provided with KM-Parse)
- Status of incoming sender written
into a custom header line. Information includes status (whitelisted,
blacklisted, greylisted), number of emails received from that source,
and a dispassionate assessment of whether this is sender is new ie.
NEWADD, OCCASIONAL, FAMILIAR, or FREQUENT.
- Reports country of origin.
- Produces a weighted score that can be
used to delete/move emails directly, or be used in later filtering.
- Retention of header information when
a virus is detected. Most antivirus scanners will just delete the
entire email but it can be useful to see where the email came from and
the nature of the infection.
- Built-in defaults for ClamAV and
- Can relieve server loading by only
running SpamAssassin on incoming email from external senders.
For more details, please refer to the readme
file which is supplied as a PDF
latest public release version can be downloaded here :- km-parse-2-1-11.zip
The previous version is still
available here :- km-parse-2-1-9.zip
automatically greylists all email from new senders for one day and adds
a header to these emails to aid filtering. Once the greylist is
established, most legitimate email will pass through quietly because
the senders have been seen before. Nearly all spam has a unique new
email sender (to avoid blacklisting) so the results of any filtering
can be quite dramatic :-
now supports SpamAssassin for Win32 as well as ClamAV.