jdow at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 2 07:46:26 UTC 2006
Precisely how is this different from the basic SpamAssassin capabilities
either via MySQL or via user accounts? I use per user BAYES filtering
and per user rules and scores on the machine here.
----- Original Message -----
From: "User Freebsd" <freebsd at hub.org>
> If you want a truly user-friendly spam/virus solution, check out:
> I have this backing >200 VPS, including postgresql.org itself, and its
> literally a dream, as it allows *each user* to individually tailor their
> settings ...
> On Wed, 2 Aug 2006, Olivier Nicole wrote:
>>> 1) spamd (part of SpamAssassin) is written in perl. This is
>>> fine for a workstation, not so much for a high-volume mail server.
>> SpamAssassin itself is written in Perl... But it can be run on a
>> remote server, it does not have to be on the machine running sendmail.
>>> 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.
>> I think stock sendmail is installed with milter, so it is only a
>> matter aof configuration, not of compiling.
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