davidschulz at tca-cable-connector.com
Thu Aug 3 06:59:07 UTC 2006
I can only recommend a program called dspam, which is also in the
ports. I personally had a very hard time to install and configure it,
so this is not a praise only, but once i had it running it almost
immediately started taking care on 99 percent of my spam.
On Aug 1, 2006, at 7:51 PM, Duane Hill wrote:
> On Tue, 1 Aug 2006, Robert Huff wrote:
>> Micah writes:
>>> > I `ve got a spam problem and want to run a spamfilter.
>>> > There is only a problem i don`t no witch spamfilter to choose.
>>> > Can anyone give me a tip of a good and simple to run spamfilter???
>>> I'm running SpamAssassin and spamass-milter. They seem to do an
>>> okay job.
>> While I run (and like) this combination myself, there are at
>> least two caveats of which one ought to be aware:
>> 1) spamd (part of SpamAssassin) is written in perl. This is
>> fine for a workstation, not so much for a high-volume mail server.
> This is because SpamAssassin is CPU and memory intensive. High-
> volume, I wouldn't see running on anything less than a dual 2.8ghz
> with a bare minimum of 4gig ram (8 would be better).
>> 2) installing spamass-milter requires rebuilding sendmail. (I
>> have no idea about other MTAs.) This usually sounds more
>> frightening than it is, but can still lead to complications.
>> Robert Huff
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