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On this page the CleanMail community shares various add-on tools for the CleanMail products. Your feedback is welcome! Please send your suggestions or additional tools to .

IMAP2mbox

Description

This program connects to the specified IMAP4 mail server, selects and reads the contents of a specified folder. The contents are then exported to an mbox file. As the e-mails are read from the folder you may choose to delete those entries. This program is intended to assist in export ham folders and spam folders from Microsoft Exchange mail servers into the mbox format required by utilities such as SpamAssassin.

This program is was written to work with the IMAP4 RFC-2060 messaging protocol. This should be good news for the non-Exchange users - because it means that IMAP2MBOX should work for any RFC-2060 compliant server.

Uses the Perl Mail::IMAPClient module.

Author

License Freeware
Language compiled Perl (executable Windows binary)
Version 1.0.0.3
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killtnef

Description

Converts an RFC-822 message (or mbox) containing MS-TNEF attachments (Microsoft's proprietary Transport Neutral Encapsulated Format) into a message (or mbox) with standard MIME-compliant attachments.

Can be used as a CleanMail mail filter, or as a stand-alone tool. Any email(s) containing no ms-tnef MIME attachments are passed through this script untouched.

Author

Andrew Orr, Lester Hightower,

License GNU Public License (GPL)
Language compiled Perl (executable Windows binary)
Version 1.0.0.3
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Spamlogs

Description

This program reads the logfile created by CleanMail and writes to stdout a summary of the e-mails processed by CleanMail. The summary includes the SpamAssassin score, accept/reject and delete status. Also included is an abbreviated subject line. A more detailed comma separated variable file can be produced with the 'csv' option.

Author

License Perl Artistic License (PAL)
Language compiled Perl (executable Windows binary)
Version 1.1.0.1
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ZipFilter

Description

This filter searches within zip files attached to an e-mail and checks it's file list's extensions against a blocklist. If a match is found, the filter returns an exit code of 255, allowing CleanMail to reject or redirect the e-mail. This filter is very effective at stopping viruses/trojans as many are sent within zip files. This filter will even stop password-protected zip files if they contain dangerous files. When checking, the filter ignores any trailing period on a file's extension.

For details, please see the ZipFilter Readme.

License Freeware
Version 1.0
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