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Kiwize

Overview

Kiwize v1.0.0 is now available

Kiwize is a filter for Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS and EIMS X) 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.

There is a Mac OS 9 version and a Mac OS X version of the Kiwize filter. These are entitled Kiwize and Kiwize X, respectively. Both builds of the Kiwize filter are available in the single download archive available from this web site.

When the Kiwize filter is first installed and EIMS is first launched, the filter will create a preferences documents (entitled Kiwize_Preferences.txt). This preferences document contains default settings for options in the Kiwize filter. It also contains the location of the Kiwize rules document to use to manage the actions taken by the Kiwize filter. The contents of the preferences document has full documentation for each setting. A complete description of every preference for the Kiwize filter is included in the Kiwize PDF manual.

The Kiwize rules document stores the actual rules, conditions and criteria basically, by which the Kiwize filter will use to determine whether any particular email will be archived.

The most convenient feature of the Kiwize rules document is that it dynamically reloads after any changes made in it. This means, Kiwize rules can be added, modified, and/or deleted without having to quit EIMS and launch it again. When any changes to the rules document are detected, Kiwize will reload the rules for subsequent use in the filter.

The Kiwize rules document has a set format documented in the full PDF manual. A sample Kiwize rules document is included within the Kiwize archive that shows what this format is. This sample rules document also includes example rules that may be useful in your use of the Kiwize filter. The writing of Kiwize rules is the key to taking full advantage of the Kiwize filter, and we have made the condition and format for writing rules as simple as possible while still maintaining as much flexibility as possible in configuration options.

Please let us know what features and functionality you would like to see included in Kiwize. The functionality available serves its purpose very well. Though we do have quite a few ideas for additional functionality to add, it is always helpful and much appreciated to have feedback from customers about what can be added to fulfill your needs.

Any problems you might encounter with the Kiwize filter, please let us know about it immediately by clicking on the Feedback link.


Overview

Overview of Kiwize, basic functional listing, and release details.


Features

Complete listing of features available in Kiwize.


Make Rule

Use the online interface to automate the process of generating rules for Kiwize. An interface exists for creating rules for all different versions of Kiwize. There is even an online tool for automatically upgrading your rules document to be compatible with the format required in the latest release of Kiwize.


Coming Soon

See what new features are planned for the next version of Kiwize.

Feedback

Give us your comments and suggestions for Kiwize.


Support

Learn about support options available for users of Kiwize.


Pricing

Learn just how much all of the wonderful functionality of Kiwize will cost you (probably less than your dinner this evening).


Download

Download the latest release of Kiwize and any previous releases of the Kiwize filter.

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