MailScanner ANNOUNCEMENT: Your Software Needs You!
strydom.dave at gmail.com
Mon May 22 09:16:32 IST 2006
Yeah why not, count me in as well
On 5/21/06, Lance Haig <lhaig at haigmail.com> wrote:
> Just sent you an e-mail
> Count me in
> Julian Field wrote:
> > Your Software Needs You!
> > I really need some people who are prepared to help with the beta
> > testing of new MailScanner releases. MailScanner is now a complex
> > mature application and the testing I can do on particular features is
> > not enough to prove the co-operation between different settings. This
> > has been highlighted in 4.53.
> > So if you are prepared to partake in beta testing for me then please
> > contact me directly at mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk.
> > You will need to be prepared to either
> > 1) run beta versions on your live MailScanner systems if you are brave,
> > or
> > 2) run beta versions on a copy of your mail feed on a test server.
> > This can be done (with sendmail) using the "roundhouse" milter
> > available from SnertSoft. I'm sure the same can be achieved with
> > Postfix, Exim and ZMailer.
> > It does not matter how much mail you process each day at all. A home
> > user prepared to tweak new settings on a system processing 30 messages
> > per day is just as useful as an ISP processing 100,000 messages per
> > day. Unknowingly, you will each be testing different aspects of
> > MailScanner, so all help is useful regardless of size.
> > I am not insisting that you test every single beta test version I
> > publish, just that you help where and when you can, particularly in
> > the run-up to a stable release. More about that in a minute.
> > Unfortunately I can only offer you payment for this in the form of the
> > odd T-shirt and the satisfaction that you are making an essential
> > contribution to the best email filtering system on the planet.
> > The more of you who are prepared to help, the better.
> > Let us all work together to maintain MailScanner's high standards in
> > quality and performance!
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