(postfix) SPAM filter?
paulh at bdug.org.au
Thu Dec 13 04:59:12 PST 2007
I ran /usr/ports/security/amavisd-new for a year or so. I must admit, I
didn't update it so more and more spam made it's way through. A mate tipped
me off on trying:
Much easier to install than amavisd-new. I found it easier to understand
the config file too. If you really get keen, there is a book you can
purchase and it has great online help. There is also a nice optional
webpage stats port/package:
Now I only have 1 spam getting through every 3 days or so out of 350+ daily
spam emails. I now have it running on 4 different sites.
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of
> Sten Daniel Soersdal
> Sent: Thursday, 13 December 2007 10:12 AM
> To: freebsd-questions
> Subject: (postfix) SPAM filter?
> We have a need for a relatively painless anti-spam solution
> that would
> reduce the amount of incoming spam (via postfix mail router). The
> problem is that i have little knowledge on what this actually means.
> Googling reveals a whole "universe" of interesting ways but
> what should
> i pursue?
> The things that are important to me is:
> * Once it is setup then it would require no additional maintenance.
> * Potential spam messages are marked with a special header
> that can be
> filtered on user discretion on their local mail client software.
> Neither performance, scalability, license nor cost is of much
> to me at this point.
> Any hints?
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