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+ - Do It Yourself Open Source IMAP Email Filtering->

Submitted by reifman
reifman (786887) writes "Email innovation often lags other services because the big players (Google, Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo) control the client. Filtered is a new, open source server side mail filtering applet which provides a platform for evolving email. For example, Filter offers Do Not Disturb, which can delay email delivery during evenings and weekends (favorite contacts can be excluded), Secure Folders, which can delete messages from specific people from your NSA-accessible Gmail account and place encrypted versions on your server and Whitelisting, which sends challenge emails to unknown senders. Download at Github or test drive it in the cloud."
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