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This bulk email sender is currently developed for SQL (PostgreSQL or MySQL), Postfix, Courier-IMAP/Authlib, Maildrop, Spam Assassin and Clam Anti Virus. What this project is actually capable of is left to the imagination.
Postfix, Courier, IMAP and Spam Assassin can all be configured completely by configuration files without any involvement with any database whatsoever.
What it all boils down to is this. Do the considered MTA, IMAP/POP3 server, mail filter agent and spam filter all have the ability to perform database lookups for authenticating email users? If so, are those databases MySQL or PostgreSQL? If the answer is yes to all, then perhaps support can be implemented in the future. The key here is capability of the service to do database lookups.