Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of BearMail


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Apr 27, 2010, 7:05:13 PM (10 years ago)
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Vincent Caron
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    1515It was primarily designed as a system administration tool which coherrently configures all these packages from centralized, simple and bullet-proof configuration data. It is evolving with a user-oriented web interface, and shortly more scalability features like database backends.
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    17 It has successfully been used by [http://bearstech.com Bearstech] for more than a year with roughly 1000 user accounts.
     17Current features:
     18 * '''Easy''': file-based configuration (VCS friendly), adding or modifying accounts, aliases, etc is a one-liner
     19 * '''Efficient''' and measurable default anti-spam settings (see also PostfixLogTools)
     20 * '''Adminsys friendly''': let you tune configuration details and get out of your way
     21 * '''Standard''': use various softwares in their preferred and recommended configuration (we parsed a huge bunch of documentation and forums for you)
     22 * '''Resilient''': no daemon, very low ressource usage, few dependencies
     23 * '''Secure''': primarily a CLI tool, relies on traditionnal, simple and auditable Unix security
     24 * '''Tested''': it has successfully been used by [http://bearstech.com Bearstech] since early 2008 on several servers with thousands of user accounts.
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     26See also those postmaster tools:
     27 * PostfixLogTools: graph your incoming mail filtering rules and track email reject top reasons
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    2030== Screenshots ==
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     32Incoming SPAM early rejects graphed by PostfixLogTools:
     33[[Image()]]
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    2235Have a peek on the coming web interface: