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Wed Jun 21 10:19:12 EDT 2006
On 6/20/06, Scott M. Likens <damm at yazzy.org> wrote:
> Martin Schiøtz wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have installed Postfix, Cyrus, Cyrus-sasl, web-cyradm. Every thing
> > is using postgres for storing usernames, passwords etc. I'm using lmtp
> > for local delivery from Postfix/smtp to Cyrus. All mailboxes are
> > virtual.
> > My next step is to install Spam control. My plan is to use
> > Spamassassin with dcc, razor, pyzor and bayes system. A want mail
> > users to be able to disable and enable spam control. I also wan't mail
> > users that has enabled spam control to train (sa-laern) and keep their
> > own bayes database.
> > I have configured a similar system that does these things but with
> > sendmail, uw-imap and procmail. But How can I do this with
> > postfix/cyrus and virtual bailboxes?
> > I can see a lot docs about postfix, cyrus and amavisd-new but can
> > amavis-new work with personal bayes db and sa-learn etc.?
> > Best regards,
> > Martin
> > ----
> > Cyrus Home Page: http://asg.web.cmu.edu/cyrus
> > Cyrus Wiki/FAQ: http://cyruswiki.andrew.cmu.edu
> > List Archives/Info: http://asg.web.cmu.edu/cyrus/mailing-list.html
> > !DSPAM:4498169d112837914635202!
> Personally I setup DSPAM against Exim, very nicely. It doesn't really
> use any RBL's just Baysian.
> It's very straight forward, Exim > Dspam > LMTP for delivery.
> I've had very little hickups, and quite honestly it is the best user
> interface, and is the least cpu cost. Takes .05seconds per email
> roughly to scan it, and process it.
> The cgi-bin/web-ui allows a user to retrain email with ease, and deliver
> mail that was concidered spam by accident. It's well worth it in my
> Take a look at it,
It looks very nice. I think I will try it when I get spamassassin up
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