Your Cyrus-SpamAssassin integration
dom at ijichi.org
Wed Aug 4 22:10:56 EDT 2004
Quoting "Denis V. Suhanov" <den at suhoff.ru>:
> It has probably already been discussed, but anyway - how do you guys
> deal with the integration of Cyrus IMAP and SpamAssassin? Given that
> most of the users do not have home folders and it is preferrable that
> each of them have their own idea of what spam is and what it isn't?
> What would you recommends? I thought of having a My SQL background for
> SA-settings and some kind (failed to find any) web interface to
> control it... or maybe something like cron-controlled sa-learn --ham
> and sa-learn --spam?
Shouldn't SA be done at the MTA stage? I do it as a Postfix post-queue content
filter using Amavisd-new and call SA along with ClamAV and DCC, works
brilliantly. Amavisd-new controls SA, including SQL/LDAP maps. If you want a
nice easy web interface, check out the Horde sub-project Sam (www.horde.org), i
believe recent versions handle SA and Amavisd-new SQL maps for individual settings.
hope this helps
> Thanks for your recommendations.
> Best regards,
> Denis mailto:den at suhoff.ru
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