Anti virus, anti spam step guide.
jbiquez at icsmx.com
Mon Aug 9 18:34:56 UTC 2010
Thanks a lot for the advice.
I have tried with spamassasin but for some reason can not having work
correctly with sendmail. I am reading in detail documentation. I know
this sounds like something stupid but I am starting my third try
starting from zero, for some reason everything install correcly and
at the end have a non receiving email installation (have checked port
on inetd, under sendmail configuration, nothing). What I do not
get is what components do I need. Just spamassasin or spamd only ,
anyway, learning and having fun with it until I can know how to do
it. Otherwise instead of help that organization will be giving more
problems besides the ones they have.
I will try openwebmail.
Thanks a lot.
At 01:54 a.m. 08/08/2010, Marwan Sultan wrote:
>For WebMail that has everything you want:
>For pop3 :
>Default sendmail is good.
>all the above is available from ports, I would recommend a manual
>install for openwebmail instead of ports
>so you can follow and know how things work.
>You can install spamassassin from ports, and follow the instructions.
> > Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2010 09:19:19 -0500
> > To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> > From: jbiquez at icsmx.com
> > Subject: Anti virus, anti spam step guide.
> > Hello all.
> > I am looking documentation for implementing, the easiest way anti
> > virus and anti spam configuration for non tech users and out of the
> > box after installing FreeBSD (actually using 7.3 Release).
> > I have been working with it for some years but I am not an expert at
> > all. I need to help some non-profit organizations that received some
> > 2 year old computers as donation and they will use it for email
> > services. They have not tech people, so the idea is that I can help
> > them to implement that solution the easiest way so maybe one of the
> > teacher there can try to replicate the solution.
> > UNtil now I always have used Sendmail as it is installed, no filters
> > besided the spamcop ones but that was enough for my personal use.
> > I know some of you will tell that change to postfix or another MTA
> > and that instead using POP3 that I have to use another tool (courier,
> > fetchail, imap (any) etc etc). I ca do it for sur and I do not want
> > to star a war , again, under what MTA is the best. I just would like
> > to have the best and easiest solution for them. Once installed they
> > only will be creating new accounts, changing paswords, deleting
> > accounts. Nothing else. Ah, another thing if possible is to implement
> > a webmail but that will be an extra gem if possible.
> > Any resources? Any suggestions based in experience? (I have one
> > machine of them that I will use for testing the solution).
> > Thanks in advance
> > Jorge Biquez
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