NikaMail is a portable, extendable, zero-config email server. It is designed to perform automation tasks, provide access to mailboxes and serve as a mail transfer agent. NikaMail is built on top of Mireka and JRuby.
What does “portable” mean?
‘Portable’ means that every part of application is included in one package. Configure it once and run it everywhere.
Need to move the server on another machine? - Just copy it. It works with Docker or without it.
Raspbery PI? - No problem.
|Mail Exchange Server (MX)||Receive emails. SMTP
|Mail Transfer Agent (MTA)||Send emails. SMTP
|POP3 Server (POP3)||Access emails. POP3
|Mailing Lists||Create subscription lists and private groups.|
|StartTLS Encryption||TLS on standard ports. TLS is also supported by MTA for outgoing connections, GMail and other services tag it as ‘secure’|
|Email Automation||Process and handle received emails using Ruby. For example, you can handle reports automatically.|
|DKIM signing||Signing emails using a Private Key to prove that they are sent by your server|
|JSON RPC||Server can interact with your applications.|
|Listings Rest API||Add subscribers from your application.|
|Java Extensions||Write server extensions in Java|
|JRuby||Program and tweak server in Ruby|
|JVM 7+||Java Virtua Machine. OpenJDK or Oracle|
|A POSIX SYSTEM||Any Unix-like sytem should work. Linux, BSD*, MacOS, Android|
|265 Mb RAM (Minimal Requirement)||It performs if the server is expected to process
|512+ Mb RAM (Recommended)||It performs if the server is expected to process
|30+ Mb of Disk Space||Don’t forget you need to store emails somewhere|
NikaMail software is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Materials shipped within NikaMail distribution, including graphic materials, texts, third-party software and binary files are distributed under permissive opensource licenses by their authors.