Index of /projects/perdition/download/1.17/centos4

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[   ]perdition-1.17-1.i386.rpm2005-06-22 14:53 113K 
[   ]perdition-1.17-1.src.rpm2005-06-22 14:51 540K 
[   ]perdition-bdb-1.17-1.i386.rpm2005-06-22 14:53 12K 
[   ]perdition-debuginfo-1.17-1.i386.rpm2005-06-22 14:53 70K 
[   ]perdition-devel-1.17-1.i386.rpm2005-06-22 14:53 5.5K 
[   ]perdition-ldap-1.17-1.i386.rpm2005-06-22 14:53 100K 
[   ]perdition-mysql-1.17-1.i386.rpm2005-06-22 14:53 14K 
[   ]perdition-odbc-1.17-1.i386.rpm2005-06-22 14:53 14K 
[   ]perdition-postgresql-1.17-1.i386.rpm2005-06-22 14:53 14K 
[   ]vanessa_logger-0.0.6-1.CentOS4.jtl.i386.rpm2005-06-16 18:24 8.7K 
[   ]vanessa_logger-0.0.6-1.CentOS4.jtl.src.rpm2005-06-14 22:02 300K 
[   ]vanessa_logger-debuginfo-0.0.6-1.CentOS4.jtl.i386.rpm2005-06-16 18:24 23K 
[   ]vanessa_logger-sample-0.0.6-1.CentOS4.jtl.i386.rpm2005-06-16 18:24 8.9K 

The Cent OS 4 packagges in this dorectory were contributed by Jacob Leaver and downloaded from They should also work on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.

You will also need packages for libvanessa_socket 0.0.7, and libvanessaa_adt 0.0.6. The binary packages provided for Fedora Core 1 should work and are available from the following links: libvanessa_socket 0.0.7, libvanessaa_adt 0.0.6.

This directory is part of a hirachy that contains stable and occasionally BETA releases of Perdition.


The primary download site for Perdition is

Simon Matter has provided precompiled RPMS for Red Hat 7.x and later at

Information about Perdition

The latest code is available from CVS, see for details.

Perdition is a fully featured POP3 and IMAP4 proxy server. It is able to handle both SSL and non-SSL connections and redirect users to a real-server based on a database lookup. Perdition supports modular based database access. ODBC, MySQL, PostgreSQL, GDBM, POSIX Regular Expression and NIS modules ship with the distribution. The API for modules is open allowing abitary modules to be written to allow access to any data store.

Perdition can be used to: Create large mail systems where a users mailbox may be stored on one of several hosts, the use of perditon to scale mail services beyond a single box is discussed in high capacity email. Integrate different mail systems together. Migrate between different email infastructure. And in firewall applications.

For more information about Perdition see


Copyright Notice: Perdition is released under the GNU General Public Licence, the copyright is held by the author, Horms.

(c) 1999-2004 Horms

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