Spamassasin, sendmail, Postfix
Randal L. Schwartz
merlyn at stonehenge.com
Sun Mar 21 23:44:22 UTC 2010
>>>>> "Jorge" == Jorge Biquez <jbiquez at icsmx.com> writes:
Jorge> I said that I am not sure but that even spamassin could be configured
Jorge> to run under send mail or if that does not work that to move from
Jorge> sendmail to another could be the solution and not so difficult, like
Jorge> postfix. Am I wrong? could be that movement easy to do? I mean to move
Jorge> from sendmail to postfix to be able to have spamassasin run. Or it is
Jorge> better to have that solution (have mail server with spam filters) could
Jorge> be get with some other mix of software and tools? (of course my linux
Jorge> friend says that they have rpm's ready to solve that even when do not
Jorge> know how it works, not interested in that)
Once I discovered postfix, my opinion with sendmail is "never again!".
Postfix has a readable config file (with comments!) that doesn't
require "compiling" into the proper syntax.
Postfix understands and plays well with things like content-filters,
RBLs, dovecot (and others) for SSL.
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