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README.md

gomilter

Go Bindings for Sendmail's libmilter

Tested on Linux and FreeBSD

Installation

The Sendmail header file libmilter/mfapi.h is required. For Redhat/CentOS, install the sendmail-devel package:

yum install sendmail-devel

Install the gomilter package:

go get github.com/leonrbaker/gomilter

##Usage

The milter is implemented in a struct. Start by defining your own struct type and embeding the gomilter MilterRaw struct.

type Mymilter struct {
	gomilter.MilterRaw // Embed the basic functionality.
}

Milter callbacks are added by implementing methods for the struct with matching predefined names.

Callbacks

  • Connect
  • Helo
  • EnvFrom
  • EnvRcpt
  • Header
  • Eoh
  • Body
  • Eom
  • Abort
  • Close

Not all the callbacks need to be defined. The callbacks are explained on the milter.org site. Unfortunately the milter.org site has been shut down but it is still on web.archive.org

Message Modification Functions

  • AddHeader
  • ChgHeader
  • InsHeader
  • ChgFrom
  • AddRcpt
  • AddRcpt_Par
  • DelRcpt
  • ReplaceBody

Other Message Handling Functions

  • progress

Startup

The Socket field of the milter struct must be set. For example:

mymilter.Socket = "unix:/var/gomilter/socket"

Control is handed over to the libmilter smfi_main function by calling the Run method and passing it a pointer to your milter struct

gomilter.Run(mymilter)

The milter has a Stop method which calls the libmilter smfi_stop function.

Private Data

libmilter is able to store private data for a connection. This data can be accessed from other functions and callbacks for the same connection. You can pass a pointer to any data structure to SetPriv. The data is retrieved with GetPriv

t := T{1, 2, 3}
m.SetPriv(ctx, &t)

Retrieve the data with

var t T
m.GetPriv(ctx, &t))

GetPriv should only be called once. If the private data is needed in another function or callback then call SetPriv again.

Sample Programs

There are two sample programs included, samplefilter.go and samplefilter2.go

##Other Libraries

A usefull MIME parsing library is go.enmime