XATRN is a ODMR ATRN (RFC2645) client for win32 platforms.
You can use it if you have a SMTP mailserver connected to
the internet with a dynamic ip address dialup connection and you want
to get e-mail for a whole domain (ie *@domain.com). Of course
you need your ISP to run a RFC2645 compliant mailserver.
You need XATRN only if you have a mailserver
which does not support ATRN and you want to dequeue mail
from your ISP.
XATRN is a command line utility. You can schedule
it with the scheduler included in your mailserver or in your
XATRN supports CRAM-MD5 authentication,
as required by RFC2645.
Why ODMR is better for dialup mailservers ?
ODMR is better than ETRN because it does not require a
static ip address.
ODMR is better than TURN because of its standardized
ODMR is better than a "whole domain" POP3-mailbox,
because it keeps the envelope informations intact,
for example Bcc recipients.
ODMR does not require to open incoming ports on your
07 Oct 2009: XATRN 1.4 released:
all timeouts can be changed using the "-u" switch
xatrn now will retry dequeue 5 times when the connection is not
regularly closed with the SMTP "QUIT" command. There is a new
switch, -r x, to change default 5 times to x times.
I'm sorry but no regression testing has been done with different servers (IIS and others). Please report bugs to the author.
27 Dec 2004: XATRN 1.3.2 released:
Support for IIS6 and Exchange Server at ISP side, changed to TURN instead of ATRN
Added NTLM authentication
Improved autodetection of authentication
Addedd "-v -v" switch for more verbose output
Changed exit status codes values
Changed some timeouts value
Other minor bugfixes
6 Nov 2001: XATRN 1.2.2 released: now IIS5 at the provider side is supported via plaintext LOGIN authentication.
6 Aug 2001: XATRN BETA testing has finished and no bugs were reported
XATRN has been tested on Windows 2000 server and
XATRN has been tested with the following mail servers
Sendmail8.11 + infinymail0.2(patched)
Microsoft SMTP service of Internet Information Server 5
MS Exchange server
This page was last updated on Oct 7 2009
XATRN is free for all uses. The author will not be responsible for any
kind of damage caused by this program.
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