Inmail

Synopsis

The purpose of Inmail is to process incoming email and execute certain actions depending on the content of each message. As its most prominent feature, it readily supports identification of bounce messages (e.g. the recipient address does not exist) and uses the Mailmute send state to avoid sending email to a user whose address has bounced.

Requirements

Inmail works with Drupal 8 only. See below for a list of similar D7 projects.

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Mailmute

Synopsis

Mailmute introduces a per-user send state, which is either muting or not. Anytime mail is sent from the website to a user, the send state of the recipient is considered in order to suppress it if it is muting. If the Simplenews newsletter module is enabled, the send state is also applied to Simplenews subscribers.

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NoMoreCaptchas

Register for free to put an end to those annoying Captcha codes that slow down or even send away your users! NoMoreCaptchas authenticates human beings based on the one thing that can never be faked - their behavior.

Now with Faster Service and Even Easier Contact Form 7 Support!
Developed at Oxford University, NoMoreCaptchas uses e-DNA (Electronically Defined Natural Attributes) to determine if a user is a human or a bot. Bots are sent away. Humans are welcomed into your site - and without any puzzles, roadblocks or error-prone black lists to worry about.

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Stop Spam

The module provides some tricks to stop sending spam on your website.

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Honeypot Submit

This is a simple module that is very useful at stopping form spam bots from submitting Drupal ™ forms like user registration. It replicates the submit button on a form and hides the original. When a bot comes along, they execute submit() or click on the first/primary submit button of the form. These submissions are blocked because they are assumed to be a bot or some automated process. When an actual visitor comes to the site they won't see the original button and are required to click the replicated one.

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