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Athenaeums v1.5.0 - Athenaeums is a filter for EIMS and EIMS X that provides archiving functionality for all standard EIMS log documents, including the error log, mail log, sending error log, and console log documents. Fully capable demo mode is available for Athenaeums.

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Denes v1.1.3 - Denes is an EIMS filter for taking actions on email based on DNS lookups using custom rules and criteria. Denes allows email to be accepted or denied based on DNS lookups, making full support for DNS based blacks list and white lists available in a single filter; there is even a simple test mode to log DNS lookups without actually denying or accepting email.

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Drain0 v1.0.1 - Drain0 is a filter for Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS and EIMS X) to manage cleaning of any email containing stray linefeeds (LFs), stray carriage returns (CRs), and NULL bytes. Drain0 preferences allow the EIMS email administrator to control exactly what happens with emails containing stray linefeeds or NULL bytes. They can be individually allow through or the offending bytes within the email can be substituted with different byte values. The preferences for Drain0 allow the email administrator to even specify what byte value to substitute into the email (space, ASCII 32, is the recommended value to substitute).

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Kiwize v1.0.0 beta 1 - Kiwize is an EIMS filter to manage blocking of any email based on the total size of the email, accomplished by a fully customizable set of rules. These rules allow different email addresses, domains, etc., to have different maximum email sizes they are allowed to receive, increasing significantly the robustness and customizability of any EIMS installation.

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Reduplicator v1.0.1 - Reduplicator is an EIMS filter for archiving email using custom rules and criteria. Reduplicator allows email to be archived based on who it is coming from, who it is going to, what IP address it is coming from, and the use of authentication. Archiving location can also be customized to organize archived email by domain, username, and current date values.

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