DKIMproxy is an SMTP-proxy that signs and/or verifies emails, using the Mail::DKIM module. It is designed for Postfix, but should work with any mail server. It comprises two separate proxies, an "outbound" proxy for signing outgoing email, and an "inbound" proxy for verifying signatures of incoming email. With Postfix, the proxies can operate as either Before-Queue or After-Queue content filters.
  • DKIMproxy can now be configured using configuration files, instead of only through command-line argument. New installations will want to take advantage of this. Editing a configuration file is much nicer than having to edit the startup script.
  • DKIMproxy can now add multiple signatures in one pass. This lets you, for example, generate a DomainKey-Signature *and* a DKIM-Signature on your outgoing messages.
  • DKIMproxy now lets you specify different options depending on the sender of the message being signed. This is helpful for sites hosting many domains, who may want to use a different private key and/or selector for each domain being hosted.


The overall goal of this project is to provide remote control service on Linux through Bluetooth, InfraRed, Wi-Fi or just TCP/IP connection. anyRemote supports wide range of modern cell phones like Nokia, SonyEricsson, Motorola and others. It was developed as thin communication layer between Bluetooth (or IR, Wi-Fi) capabled phone and Linux, and in principle could be configured to manage almost any software. anyRemote is console application, but in addition there are GUI front ends for Gnome and KDE.
anyRemote can be used by:
  • bluetooth connection with java client if cell phone is JSR82 compatible
  • Wi-Fi connection with java client if phone supports Wi-Fi
  • IR connection with java client if java realization in phone supports access to IR port
  • ordinary TCP/IP connection with java client, if PC is connectable from internet
  • bluetooth, infrared or cable connection using AT "modem" commands
  • web interface
  • it supports some of IR remotes supplied with TV tuner cards (like LIRC)
  • it has limited support for Bemused clients
  • experimental support for iPhone/iPod Touch with Command Fusion's iViewer installed


NOCC is a webmail client written in PHP. It provides webmail access to IMAP and POP3 accounts.
  • Connection to IMAP and POP3 server with c-client library
  • Sending mail with Sendmail or SMTP server
  • Support MIME attachment messages (it passes the "MIME Torture Test" that UW makes available)
  • Multi-language support (36 languages so far)
  • Themable (you can change all the colors and fonts easily)
  • Renders pages in XHTML 1.0 for maximum compatibility with any browser, works with text browsers
  • No frames, cookies not required (can use URL-based sessions)
  • No need of a database
  • Works on Win32, various Unix systems (including suEXEC with Apache)
  • Distributed under GPL license


Claroline is an Open Source eLearning and eWorking platform allowing teachers to build effective online courses and to manage learning and collaborative activities on the web. Translated into 35 languages, Claroline has a large worldwide users’ and developers’ community.
Claroline released under Open Source license, the Claroline platform allows hundreds of organizations from 93 countries to create and administer courses and collaboration spaces online. Each course space provides a list of tools enabling the teacher to :
  • Write a course description
  • Publish documents in any format (text, PDF, HTML, video...)
  • Administer public and private forums
  • Develop learning paths
  • Create groups of students
  • Prepare online exercises
  • Manage an agenda with tasks and deadlines
  • Publish announcements (also by e-mail)
  • Propose assignments to be handed in online
  • See the statistics of the users activity
  • Use the wiki to write collaborative documents

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