Script and utility repository

Stephen Swaney steve.swaney at FSL.COM
Fri Nov 7 21:07:25 GMT 2003

If Jules doesn't have the bandwidth to keep up the MailScanner website with
all of the lovely scripts and utilities that would flow in, I'll be happy to
volunteer our site as a repository.

We're designing a new site so now is the time to design an organized
repository and upload system. I can probably cobble together at least a way
to receive and post submissions for downloads in a day or two.


Stephen Swaney
Fortress Systems Ltd.
Phone: 202 338-1670
Fax: 202 448-2969
steve.swaney at

-----Original Message-----
From: MailScanner mailing list [mailto:MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf
Of Peter Bonivart
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2003 3:55 PM
Subject: Re: Spam notice

My thoughts exactly! Keep MS clean and we can build all kinds of
utilities around it instead. Don't bloat the core.

I have written shell scripts for cleaning the quarantine, moving
quarantined mails to the outgoing queue (with preview of
to/from/date/subject), simple stats and so on. Maybe we could share
links to our utilities instead to help each other? Kind of like the FAQ.

/Peter Bonivart

--Unix lovers do it in the Sun

Sun Fire V210, Solaris 9, Sendmail 8.12.10, MailScanner 4.23-11,
SpamAssassin 2.60 + DCC 1.2.9, ClamAV 20030829

Julian Field wrote:
> Sorry to pass the buck on this one, but would this be better implemented
> in MailWatch? It's an archiving and log analysis problem, not a mail
> scanning problem.
> Steve -- what do you think?E

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