p5-Mail-Milter - Sendmail::Milter enhancement API modules

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 7.1
Repository NetBSD amd64
Package name p5-Mail-Milter
Package version 0.07nb10
Package architecture amd64
Package type tgz
Installed size 223.53 KB
Download size 28.68 KB
Official Mirror ftp.netbsd.org
Mail::Milter is a set of modules useful to mail filter writers who are
using the Sendmail::Milter and/or Sendmail::PMilter APIs to interface
directly to the SMTP transaction.
Homepage: http://pmilter.sourceforge.net/
Categories: mail, perl5


Package Version Architecture Repository
p5-Mail-Milter-0.07nb10.tgz 0.07nb10 i386 NetBSD
p5-Mail-Milter - - -


Name Value
p5-Sendmail-PMilter >=0.90
perl >=5.28.0<5.30.0


Type URL
Binary Package p5-Mail-Milter-0.07nb10.tgz
Source Package p5-Mail-Milter

Install Howto

Install p5-Mail-Milter tgz package:

# pkg_add p5-Mail-Milter

See Also

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