a couple years ago, I remember the net had some *very*
simple SMTP server code ... supported just the commands
to suck a piece of email in -- then handed it to some
Would that work? I think I have the code sitting on an
old AT&T 3B2 on the 'net.
Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
> > Is there another product that works like smap? I don't like the
> > licensing restrictions on it.
> just use a secure MTA like qmail. If you take a close look at smap you will
> see that it realy doesnt do very much at all. It is not very restrictive on
> the addresses and passes a lot of insane data... I dont think it is much
> protection. Use qmail on a DMZ Host (or on the firewall,it is realy nice and
> secure afaik).