(postfix) SPAM filter?
d.hill at yournetplus.com
Wed Dec 12 19:54:38 PST 2007
On Wed, 12 Dec 2007 20:55:45 -0500
Steve Bertrand <iaccounts at ibctech.ca> wrote:
> I was going to recommend that, but from my experience, there is no
> real *easy* way to allow users directly to modify their own settings.
> I am probably wrong though.
Postfix is running here on a FreeBSD server as a boarder filter server.
All bayes and per-user SpamAssassin settings are stored within a MySQL
database on our SQL server.
The web mail interface is SquirrelMail installed on a different FreeBSD
server and has the sasql plugin interfaced to the MySQL server so the
customers have control over what they want to set their spam score,
whitelist, blacklist, whether they want bayes filtering, whether they
want bayes autolearn and so forth.
It has been pretty low maintenance. I am in the process of evaluating
the possibility of using amavis-new.
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