E-mail is not necessarily secure or error free as information could arrive late
or contain viruses or could be incomplete, intercepted, corrupted, lost or
destroyed. It is the responsibility of the named recipient(s) to ensure that
E-mails are virus free.
There are excellent legal reasons not to add a disclaimer to your mail (e.g. by doing this you may be taking responsibility unnecessarily, and you will have to prove every implicit assertion). However, many people choose to ignore these most excellent reasons and forge ahead anyhow, so here's the tool to do it.
The DisclaimerMilter filter is based on cvgfilter. We have added command line configuration, and removed all of the spam and content filtering (which we found very distracting, and difficult to disable). (This was not a large programming effort, so don't send us fan mail - it's mostly other people's work.)
Audience: Mail administrators, specifically those using sendmail
System requirements: sendmail >= 8.11
Source license: GPL
DownloadThings you can download:
- Frequently asked questions - if people were actually asking questions, these would be the right questions to ask.
- Changelog - What has changed lately and not so lately
- disclaimermilter-0.7.tar.gz, signature disclaimermilter-0.7.tar.gz.asc
You can verify that you have original bugs by checking the signature:
gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --recv-keys E3572642 gpg --verify *.gz.asc *.gz