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Mutt hangs on Fetching message headers - Arch Linux Forums
I know this is a necro bumping but if someone encounter this issue simple delete mutt cache dir and it should be solved.
mutt  email  cli  commandline  shell  terminal 
6 days ago by dusko
aerc - Asynchronous email client for your terminal
Light-weight, faster, intended as Mutt replacement.
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From
https://github.com/ddevault/aerc:

NOTICE
This repository is abandoned in favor of ongoing development on git.sr.ht (https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/aerc). The codebase has been rewritten in Go and is much more stable and useful than what you see here.
mutt  commandline  cli  shell  terminal  email  go 
8 days ago by dusko
Email University - Return Path
Welcome to Email University. We’re so glad you’ve chosen to continue your education with us. Over the next few months, we’ll present information and test your knowledge about our favorite topic: email.

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The goal of our program is to increase your email IQ and inspire your company's own marketing efforts. Take all of the quizzes and you may receive some fun goodies in return. You don't have to be a Return Path customer to participate.

Email 101
Email 202
Email 303
Email 404
Midterm
mailserver  sendmail  mta  spam  smtp  reference  email 
9 weeks ago by dusko
How to embed images in email - Stack Overflow
As you are aware, everything passed as email message has to be textualized.

You must create an email with a multipart/mime message.
mailserver  email  php  html  postmaster 
10 weeks ago by dusko
YippieMove - The easy email transfer service.
Transfer an email account to another account of your choice.
email  imap  migration 
february 2019 by dusko
Free Blacklist Monitoring - Blacklist Check - HetrixTools
The simple way to blacklist check and monitor your IPs or Domains and notice if any of them get blacklisted, so you can immediately take action to find the cause and start the delisting procedures, before it gets to affect you or your clients.
mailserver  spam  monitoring  dns  email 
february 2019 by dusko
Use GnuPG with Mutt to sign or encrypt e-mail
One of the most common uses of OpenPGP applications like PGP and GnuPG is digitally signing and encrypting email. While this can be accomplished "manually" with Mutt every time you want to send an encrypted or digitally signed email, by first creating encrypted or digitally signed files then using them as the basis for an email, this article explains how to configure Mutt to automatically use the GnuPG tool to do that for you.
mutt  email  privacy  security  encryption 
february 2019 by dusko
mutt-wizard -- A system for automatically configuring mutt and offlineIMAP with a simple interface and safe passwords
Mutt is one of the most rewarding programs one can use, but can be a pain in the ass to configure. Since my job is making power-user tools available for the masses I want to create a tool that automates most of mutt configuration so that users can simply give their email address and get a /comfy/ setup. At that, I don't just want a mutt wizard, but an offlineIMAP wizard, so users can easily access their mail offline as well, and a wizard that makes it easy to store passwords securely using gpg.

The mutt-wizard is all of this in a simple ncurses menu. It's really just a little bash script, but one that can save countless people thousands of combined manhours of frustratingly trying to get all the moving pieces working together.
cli  email  mutt  imap 
february 2019 by dusko
Lurker - the email archiver
Email is an ever increasing stream of information. Most people do not have time to read all the email that they might be interested in. This is where lurker can help.

After being subscribed to interesting mailing lists, lurker archives all incoming mail into a database. Old mail can also be imported. Once mail is in the database, lurker can help you search the unending noise for those gems you need to read.
archive  backup  email  mail  software 
february 2019 by dusko
assp - Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy Server
ASSP

The Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy (ASSP) server project is an Open Source, Perl based, platform-independent transparent SMTP proxy server that leverages numerous methodologies and technologies to both rigidly and adaptively identify e-mail spam. ASSP is easy to set up because it requires only minor changes to the configuration of your your Mail Transfer Agent.
mailserver  email  sendmail  spam  spf  mta  smtp  perl 
february 2019 by dusko
mail-conveyor -- Email synchronisation from one to another system using imapsync and popruxi
This tool migrates users from one email system to another and integrates the toolboxes and scripts of imapsync (https://github.com/imapsync/imapsync) and popruxi (https://github.com/oetiker/popruxi).

This script will get an amount of users from LDAP or from a flatfile and will process the email migration for each user.
mailserver  email  imap  ldap  tool 
january 2019 by dusko
Temporary Email - To Email
TempM email service is known under different names such as fake email generator, fake mail, temp mail, disposable email and others.

Many online resources before giving access to their content, leave a comment or download something asked to register by email.

Each time you use your e-mail on the Internet you are exposed to a possible advertising mailings, spam, hacker attacks and other unpleasant events.

Keep your real mailbox clean and secure using TempM email
email  spam 
january 2019 by dusko
To Email - Tools for email
Here you will find many useful online applications for working with e-mail. We are actively developing and updating all features of this site, so we will be glad to hear your feedback. If you need an application to email that you did not find on this site, we can also add it for free in the future, only leave a extensive explanation of what you need. We are also looking for new methods fight with spam that come to email and all features of this site are free.
mailserver  email  spam  sysadmin  sendmail 
january 2019 by dusko
What do you do when you find out that you are the spammer? | IAS Security
Which brings us to Cisco's Talos Intelligence (https://talosintelligence.com/reputation_center), AKA senderbase.org. Cisco has thousands of devices around the Internet looking at inbound email. Then users click on the spam button in their browsers. If enough users click and they see enough spam, they will downgrade your reputation on the Internet. Anyone using a Cisco IronPort or similar device will start blocking your inbound email. Cisco has told me that they base their reputation score on some ratio between number of complaints and volume of "good" email that they see from the ip address in question to change your rating. The scale goes between -10 and 10, but their public website will only tell you "poor", "neutral" or "good".
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What can I do?

Well, the easiest thing is to change the IP address of your mail server. This allows your business to keep running while you try to sort out your mail issues. This will help with the majority of RBLs, but it wouldn't help at all with Cisco Talos Intelligence (AKA senderbase). To get a better reputation with them, they have to see legitimate mail coming out of your server. Of course, if that email is being blocked by major vendors/schools using IronPort, then what do you do? You could get fancy and route those emails over a new fresh and shiny IP that isn't compromised, and all the rest of the old IP to get it polished back up.
mailserver  email  spam  sysadmin 
january 2019 by dusko
33mail - Unlimited free disposable email addresses
Unlimited free disposable email addresses

Create a new e-mail address whenever you need one. Maintain complete control over active addresses. Forwards all mail to your existing e-mail address. You can even reply anonymously to emails forwarded by 33Mail. Never receive unwanted e-mail again!
email 
december 2018 by dusko
SMTP AUTH in sendmail 8.10-8.13
SMTP AUTH in sendmail 8.10-8.13
Last Update 2006-04-15
sendmail  mta  smtp  ssl  email 
december 2018 by dusko
mharc - a collection of Perl scripts for generating and managing web-based searchable mail archives
mharc is part of the MHonArc Project. mharc is a collection of Perl scripts for generating and managing web-based searchable mail archives.

A hurdle in setting up robust mail archives is configuring the various tools (pre-processor, mail converter, search engine, et.al.) to work in tandem, which generally requires programming and system administration skills. mharc eliminates this time consuming and often frustrating task by providing the following features:

Automatic processing of incoming mail (via Procmail).
Support for multiple archives for multiple lists.
Archives organized by monthly or yearly time periods.
Full-text searching (via Namazu).
Raw mail archives to complement, and backup, the HTML-based archives.
Page layout customization (via MHonArc).
Apache HTTP server configuration files for controling access to your archives.

mharc configuration is driven by simple editable configuration files. No need to become a master with Procmail recipes or learn how to invoke and configure a search engine. The default archive page layout provides improved readability, easy, but powerful, archive navigation, and a stylesheet to control the visual appearance of pages, eliminating the need to define numerous MHonArc resources (but you still can if you really want to).
email  archive  perl 
december 2018 by dusko
mlmmj - Mailing List Management Made Joyful
Mlmmj is a simple and slim mailing list manager (MLM) inspired by ezmlm. It works with many different Mail Transport Agents (MTAs) and is simple for a system adminstrator to install, configure and integrate with other software. As it uses very few resources, and requires no daemons, it is ideal for installation on systems where resources are limited, such as Virtual Private Servers (VPSes).

Although it doesn't aim to include every feature possible, but focuses on staying mean and lean, and doing what it does do well, it does have a great set of features.
opensource  software  sysadmin  email  archive 
december 2018 by dusko
ISPmail tutorials – workaround.org
The famous ISP-style mail server tutorial lives here. Learn how to set up your own fully-functional mail server using Postfix, Dovecot IMAP/POP3 and MySQL backend on a Debian server just like your favorite mail or website hosting provider. This guide is a voluntary project with no profit in mind. Go ahead and learn to run your own mail server within hours.
howto  mailserver  postfix  mta  smtp  imap  email 
november 2018 by dusko
EmailStuff
EmailStuff is a set of online tools that might be useful for people working with email, put together by Word to the Wise.

It's a work in progress - some features are missing, there's some debug code in place, and things are likely to move around. URLs will definitely change as things evolve.

Some of them are tools written specifically for this site, but most of them are ports of some of our simpler in-house tools, or tools we've developed for our other sites (such as DKIM Core).

EmailStuff is also available at tools.wordtothewise.com

Frequently Asked Questions
mailserver  email 
november 2018 by dusko
imbox - Python IMAP for Human beings
Python library for reading IMAP mailboxes and converting email content to machine readable data.
imap  email  python 
november 2018 by dusko
TinyLetter
TinyLetter is a personal newsletter service brought to you by the people behind Mailchimp. People use it to send updates, digests, and dispatches to their fans and friends.

Though they're built on the same infrastructure, TinyLetter is for people who don't need all the business features that come along with Mailchimp. Simplicity is at the heart of everything we do at TinyLetter.

TinyLetter is a completely free service.
free  email  tool 
november 2018 by dusko
TkPgp - Encrypt, Decrypt, Verify, Sign, E-mail messages with a GUI interface
Tkpgp:

Encrypt, Decrypt, Verify, Sign, E-mail messages with a GUI interface to the PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) program.

Keep an eye on the clipboard selection, Tkpgp's default is to place things you frequently want to cut and paste in the selection automatically. This provides a simple way to integrate Tkpgp with other apps.
security  privacy  email  encryption 
november 2018 by dusko
Ten Minute Email
10 minutes available disposable email addresses.
email  spam  tool  privacy 
september 2018 by dusko
MailCatcher
https://github.com/sj26/mailcatcher

Catches mail and serves it through a dream.

MailCatcher runs a super simple SMTP server which catches any message sent to it to display in a web interface. Run mailcatcher, set your favourite app to deliver to smtp://127.0.0.1:1025 instead of your default SMTP server, then check out http://127.0.0.1:1080 to see the mail that's arrived so far.
mailserver  mta  smtp  email  sysadmin 
september 2018 by dusko
imap-backup -- Backup GMail (or other IMAP) accounts to disk
Backup GMail (or other IMAP) accounts to disk.
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Each folder is saved to an mbox file. Alongside each mbox is a file with extension '.imap', which lists the source IMAP UIDs to allow a full restore.
mailserver  email  backup  imap 
june 2018 by dusko
Larch - a tool to copy messages from one IMAP server to another
Note: I no longer actively develop or use Larch, so it is effectively unmaintained. Many people claim it still works well for them, so feel free to use it, but please don't expect support, bug fixes, or new features.

Larch is a tool to copy messages from one IMAP server to another quickly and safely. It's smart enough not to copy messages that already exist on the destinati
mailserver  email  backup  imap 
june 2018 by dusko
The Most Honest Out-of-Office Email Message
What if you deleted all your emails during vacation and never looked back?
email 
june 2018 by dusko
Mutt Notes
* Mutt Folders
- A good start for finding the right things is knowing where everything is.
- Organizing / managing emails
https://gitlab.com/muttmua/mutt/wikis/MuttGuide/Folders
mutt  email  from notes
june 2018 by dusko
How to prove that an email has been sent?
Most people are shocked to hear this, but email is not actually guaranteed to ever reach the intended destination.

It might fail for a variety of reasons. It could simply fail to arrive (for several reasons) or could be getting redirected to the recipients spam folder for some reason. If you think an email hasn't been delivered, you should send it again. I usually forward the original so that recipient knows I've been trying.

You can turn on “read receipt” or “return receipt”, which will send an email back to you automatically, but this feature is often disabled by recipients because it has been so often abused by spammers in the past.

Will covered just about everything else in his answer (https://superuser.com/questions/77131/how-to-prove-that-an-email-has-been-sent/77143#77143):

There is nothing 100% that you can use to prove on your own.

If you had your own mail server, you can show outgoing logs - however, they can be falsified.

You can use read receipts, but again, they can be falsified.

The best bet is if you use a third party mail server that is impartial, and they can provide logs, that should stand as proof.

You may have luck if you email Yahoo (and say you are willing to pay for their time on the matter) and try to get a log / proof that an email was sent on a time/date.

I am not sure you can force them in to this unless the place you need it for are involved in a criminal matter... It may work for civil, but you would need a court order.

Failing this, if it is in your outbox with a time and date, this is hard/impossible to fake on a web based email server (just check that changing your date/time and sending doesn't fake this). Then, print out and if you need to go to court, you could always have a laptop, 3g stick and projector and prove that it was sent... but again, only if it can be prooved that you can't fake this.
mailserver  email 
june 2018 by dusko
EFAIL - describes vulnerabilities in the end-to-end encryption technologies OpenPGP and S/MIME
EFAIL describes vulnerabilities in the end-to-end encryption technologies OpenPGP and S/MIME that leak the plaintext of encrypted emails.
security  privacy  email  encryption 
may 2018 by dusko
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