How to Submit Code:
Step 1: Get the Code
Mailfilter's code and web pages are kept in an online repository at Github. Hence, all changes you may want to submit should be made against the respective working copy in that repository. You can obtain the latest source via the following command:
Step 2: Please respect our Coding Standard
Step 3: Submitting a patch
When mailfilter had an SVN-based workflow, I preferred getting code changes in terms of patches. With Github, this is no longer necessary as one can directly clone the repository, etc.
Skripts and Add-Ons:
If you have created a nifty shell skript, or any other sort of Mailfilter add-on, then please let us know. We have a contrib directory, where we ship user supplied programs. Note, however, that any submission must be made under the terms of the GNU General Public License. Please, always include a copyright notice and a "readme" file to reflect that, otherwise we are not able to regard and distribute your work.