Frederick M Avolio says:
> It is part of the TIS Internet Firewall Toolkit. See our web page --
> http://www.tis.com -- or our ftp site. Read the readme file in
> It is licensed, but freely available software, not for commercial use.
> At 11:20 AM 9/11/96 -0400, Mike Stoico wrote:
> >Where can I get a copy of the smap package?
> >Mike Stoico, I/S Security Consultant * Phone: (518)285-2567
> >MetLife * Fax: (518)285-2542
> >500 Jordan Rd * E-Mail: mstoico @
> >Troy, NY 12180 * URL: www.metlife.com
> >The opinions expressed here are my own and may not be those of my employer.
You may also want to have a look at smtpd. This is a facility which is
roughly equivalent to smap. We wrote it because we didn't like the
licensing restrictions attached to smap.
smtpd is available on our ftp site (ftp.obtuse.com). Have a look in
the directory "/pub/smtpd".
A few caveats:
- the documentation on the ftp site is somewhat sparse. We'll
be releasing more in a day or two.
- smtpd was written to be portable to a wide variety of *nix
systems. As I'm sure that you are aware, there is no such thing
as "portable software" (there is only "ported software"). Please
let us know if you run into problems with it on any *nix platform.
- we've tried to make it quite solid. On the other hand, it obviously
doesn't have as many miles on it as smap.
P.S. The best way to reach us is probably via e-mail to "info @