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virus-scanning SMTP proxy
ClamSMTP is an SMTP proxy daemon that checks for viruses using the ClamAV anti-virus software. It can act as a traditional SMTP proxy with publicly accessible ports or as a transparent proxy, where SMTP traffic is redirected to the ClamSMTP by your router. . ClamSMTP aims to be lightweight, reliable, and simple rather than have a myriad of options. It is written in C without major dependencies. ClamSMTP does not do general spam filtering, it only scans for viruses. . You do not need a local mail-transport-agent installed, since this server can forward to a remote one.
simple and efficient Maildir synchronisation utility
maildirsync is a utility for synchronising Maildir folders between computers. It uses its own custom protocol for efficient communication, and uses ssh as its transport.
evolution support for mail notification
mail-notification works with system trays implementing the freedesktop.org System Tray Specification, such as the GNOME Panel Notification Area, the xfce4 Notification Area and the KDE System Tray. . This package provides Evolution support for Mail Notification.
Shows the members of a group; by default, all members
members is the complement of groups: whereas groups shows the groups a specified user belongs to, members shows users belonging to a specified group. . Given the name of a group, members will send a space-separated list of member names to stdout. . Full option parsing has been added as of this version. You can ask for primary members, secondary members, both on one line, each on separate lines. If no option is selected, prints all members on one line by default.
utility to dump memory contents to standard output
Program which dumps system memory to the standard output stream, skipping over holes in memory maps. By default, the program dumps the contents of physical memory.
GNU R Rserve tcp/ip server and sample clients
This package provide Rserve, a headless server for GNU R. Rserve acts as a socket server (TCP/IP or local sockets) which allows binary requests to be sent to R. Every connection has a separate workspace and working directory. Client-side implementations are available for popular languages such as C/C++ and Java, allowing any application to use facilities of R without the need of linking to R code. Rserve supports remote connection, user authentication and file transfer. A simple R client is included in this package as well. . URL: http://www.rosuda.org/Rserve/