[ILUG] Postfix and spamassassin
martin at list-petersen.net
Sat Feb 14 13:31:17 GMT 2004
On Sat, 2004-02-14 at 01:46, Dave O Connor wrote:
> Justin Mason said on Fri, Feb 13, 2004 at 05:11:31PM -0800:
> > - - not everyone wants their mail filtered.
> I guess that's where non-obtrusive methods work best, like subject rewriting.
> Most of my users are in a position where they don't need to worry about
> bandwidth to the mail server (it's the case with most offices, I'd imagine).
> Making spam have the *****SPAM***** subject, and user education on how to
> filter based on that, works wonders for the not having to worry about things
> (in that mail is all still delivered to them, some with informative spam
> notification, and what they do after that is up to them.).
> > - - not everyone wants to use the same spamfilter settings.
> This is where the pretty CGI interface to user_prefs comes in (note: It hasn't
> been written yet, but it's getting there :)). Allowing non-local users to
> change their spam threshold and [white|black]list people themselves is the
> one thing I've been lacking.
If you use amavisd-new in the middle of postfix and spamassassin you
will for one have the virusscanning in there, for the second find a
working interface called the Maia Mailguard, that allows pr. user
Just my 2c
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