mail transport agent for intermittently connected hosts
Masqmail is an MTA (mail transport agent) for hosts with no
permanent network connection, such as home network servers or
notebook computers. It has special support for connections to
different Internet Service Providers.
In these cases, Masqmail is a slim replacement for full-blown MTAs
such as Sendmail, Exim, Qmail or Postfix.
Masqmail is a mail server designed for hosts that are not permanently
connected to the internet. It handles outgoing messages, i.e. those
that are to be sent over the non-permanent link (usually a ppp or slip
connection over a modem or ISDN adapter) specially and delivers them
only when explicitely told to do so. There is support for multiple
providers, it is possi
Masqmail for Debian
This is the Debian package of my Masqmail MTA.
Masqmail is an MTA specially designed for hosts with intermittent
internet connections, i.e. hosts (or networks) at home or notebooks.
It has special support for changing providers.
Special support for 'changing providers' means individual
configurations depending on the current connection to the internet
masqmail (0.3.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
An upgrade from earlier versions of masqmail requires manual
adjustment of the configuration files. Without adjustments,
masqmail is at risk to behave differently or to fail completely.
As the configuration setups for masqmail can be very diverse,
automatic conversion is not possible. Human interaction is
required. The helper script
This NEWS file lists changes which may be important for you, especially
in regard to compatiblity in
Frequently Asked Questions
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