itetcu at people.tecnik93.com
Mon Oct 3 19:03:43 PDT 2005
On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 04:48:22 +0300
Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at people.tecnik93.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 03 Oct 2005 23:02:36 +0200
> des at des.no (Dag-Erling Smørgrav) wrote:
> > Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at people.tecnik93.com> writes:
> > > Aaron Holmes <evil at evildomain.org> wrote:
> > > > Any recomendations on good spam filters?
> > > Dspam [is] more accurate that spam assassin,with less resources
> > > and less work for the admin
> > Dspam is designed to work as a local delivery agent; all email
> > addresses must map to a local user, and it delivers mail to an mbox
> > file (though there are patches to make it work with maildir). For
> > more complex setups (IMAP server, virtual mailboxes / domains),
Just to clarify:
We've deployed a solution involving all above a week ago and some
months ago I've helped a 40k domains setup for a hosting company.
> > SpamAssassin is still the only practical alternative.
Moe mature - yes, maybe; more practical - I don't think so.
> Actually your information is outdated.
> It works very nice demonized as a content filter (LMTP/SMTP).
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