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Old 10-24-2012, 11:08 AM   #1
Lucas M.
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MSH Traffic Policy for Postfix and Sendmail

MSH Traffic Policy for Postfix and Sendmail is sophisticated email management system that allows to set server sided rules for automatic content control and flow administration.

Core Features

  • Block message with standard discard, reject, tempfail or define custom SMTP code
  • Add, remove, compress and block attachments
  • Add, remove and replace MIME headers
  • Add and remove standard or envelope recipients
  • Send copy of message (aka forward)
  • Change sender, replace subject

Execute actions based on:
  • Sender and recipients email address (standard and envelope)
  • MIME headers: have, not have, have with value or without value
  • Size, name, type or count of attachments
  • Message size
  • Number of messages sent from sender
  • Time range

With version 0.2 couple of neat features was introduced. And many more comming soon...

More details and application itself can be found here

Last edited by Lucas M.; 10-24-2012 at 12:48 PM.
Old 02-01-2013, 01:40 PM   #2
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I'm happy to announce that MSH Traffic Policy 1.0 was released.

Whats new you can find in final release:
  • Administrator - desktop application with graphical user interface to manage policies
  • Configuration of TCP ports
  • Logs settings configuration
  • Many of bugfixes - ie. -Dfile.encoding=UTF8 parameter added to deamons start scripts

If you need to block spam, manage attachments, invoke scripts based on values or modify messages try MSH Traffic Policy.
Old 04-16-2013, 04:10 PM   #3
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MSH Traffic Policy 1.2 released!

What's new in this release:
  • move all recipients to BCC field action
  • count of recipients requirement
  • advanced variables in conditions, exceptions and actions
  • message body keywords searching requirement
  • message size requirement
  • wildcard and regular expression searching/matching pattern
  • message counting based on sender or recipient requirement
  • more configuration parameters in install script
  • added milter_default_action=accept entry in Postfix configuration file
Small fixes:
  • when email was sent with only html mime part, plain template was added instead of html in attach strip action
  • xml parser was reading wrong attach strip action node

MSH Traffic Policy is a heavy duty machinery for message processing, its works as a milter with Postfix and Sendmail.
Old 05-08-2013, 05:00 PM   #4
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MSH Traffic Policy 1.3 released!

In this release there is not many new features but only one very neat and powerful!

  • Create server side, centralized disclaimers for all or only specified messages
  • Add signatures to outgoing emails and prevent from adding another one
  • Use built-in HTML and Plain Text compose editor to create rich text disclaimers

Are you ready for new experience with signatures and disclaimers? Try it on your own mail server.


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