The Mailmunge email filtering framework
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Update docs.
5 months ago
.github Add in a missing call to "sudo". 1 year ago
c Log the MTA from mailmunge-multiplexor.c instead of the filter 9 months ago
debian Fix changelogs. 6 months ago
docker Install iproute in rocky images. 5 months ago
docs Fix changelogs. 6 months ago
etc/default Note that MX_MIN_WORKER_DELAY should be set to zero. 11 months ago
examples Use action_bounce instead of action_drop_with_warning in example filter 11 months ago
logo Add animated logo. Yes, this is very very very silly. 5 months ago
perl Update docs. 5 months ago
pod More doc fixes. 6 months ago
regression-tests Add support for running regression tests in Bullseye-based docker images. 5 months ago
script Work correctly if we start with no machines and then add one. 10 months ago
synfig Only loop 7 times. 6 months ago
systemd-units Note that only one of the Sysvinit or Systemd startup files is needed 11 months ago
sysvinit Install a sample /etc/default/mailmunge file. 11 months ago
tools Initial release 1 year ago
.gitignore Use consistent naming: Always call example files "SOMETHING.example" 11 months ago
DIST-CONTENTS Remove unused file; change log identifier of test filters. 9 months ago Don't install * files 11 months ago Initial release 1 year ago
configure Bump version to 3.06 6 months ago Bump version to 3.06 6 months ago
install-sh Initial release 1 year ago


Mailmunge is an email filtering framework that uses the Milter library to interface with Postfix or Sendmail. It lets you write your email filtering policies in Perl.

The home page is and full documentation is at


Mailmunge is free software, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2.