tmda-cgi is now "theme-able". If you don't like the default "Blue" theme,
you can create your own. Submit it back to us and if we like it enough, we
might even add your theme to future releases!
Login authentication can be done with password files, POP3, IMAP, or even
checkpassword / vchkpw.
Once TMDA and tmda-cgi have been installed on your server, you can add
TMDA protection to any e-mail account without ever entering the shell.
The installer, uninstaller, and info pages even include a place for you
for any special instructions you wish to share with your users.
The installer comes with an FAQ so your users can make an educated choice
before installing TMDA on their account. This can save you both
tmda-cgi will generate "keyword", "dated", and "sender" addresses. The output
in placed in input boxes so you can copy and paste them into web forms. This
is handy when you need to sign up for accounts on various services.
of pending e-mails (whitelist & blacklist options enabled)
The whitelist and blacklist columns are optional. If you do not have them
configured, these radio buttons will not appear.
Unread messages are shown in bold, previously read messages are shown in
Navigation buttons grey out when they are not applicable.
The number of items per page is configurable (per user).
the contents of a pending e-mail with attachements
Again, whitelist and blacklist options are only shown if configured.
Confirmations may be configured per user.
all headers mode when viewing an e-mail
tmda-cgi remembers if you toggle "view all headers" so you don't have to keep
selecting it every time you view an e-mail.
With tmda-cgi, you can modify your confirmation template and allow the
original sender to confirm either by replying or by clicking an included URL.
Although tmda-cgi only comes (currently) with a single theme, it is set up
to allow as many as you wish to create or download. Each user can pick their
own from the list and then go on to customize it to their own personal
The list editor lets you edit any of your text-file based lists, even custom
ones you've added to your filter.
tmda-cgi will let you edit your incoming and outgoing filter files. These
functions can be disabled (and made view-only) by the system administrator.
tmda-cgi will test "keyword", "dated", and "sender" addresses to make sure
they are valid.
Local configuration editor [Form-mode] [Text-mode]
tmda-cgi will let you edit important values in your local configuration
file. The templates may be edited if you don't want your users to modify
all of these settings (or by the same means, you could add
more fields for them to edit).
tmda-cgi also lets you edit your local configuration file directly. This
function can be disabled (and made view-only) by the system
tmda-cgi will let you edit the templates used to generate bounce messages,
confirmation requests, and confirmation acknowledgements. These functions can
be disabled (and made view-only) by the system administrator.
With tmda-cgi, you can view the contents of TMDA's global configuration file.
The info keeps handy stuff like the version number and links to the tmda-cgi
If a user decides they don't like having filtered mail, they can uninstall it