Paul M Fleming
pfleming at siumed.edu
Wed Feb 4 13:26:42 EST 2004
We use mimedefang http://www.mimedefang.org/ + SpamAssassin +
Sendmail/Milter + McAfee and deliver to cyrus -- we do our filtering on
separate machines than our actual IMAP backend servers.
Earlier versions didn't perform very well under load but the more recent
versions with a built-in perl interpreter work great. You do have to
write your filter code snippets in perl but it also allows pretty
complex custom code.
"James A. Pattie" wrote:
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> Prentice Bisbal wrote:
> | Can anyone point me to a good how-to for integrating SpamAssassin into
> | Sendmail+Cyrus w/o resorting to using procmail?
> look at MailScanner www.mailscanner.info. You get SpamAssassin, virii scanning
> and file attachment filtering (block on file type or extensions, etc.)
> | I know it's done using a milter, but there are several different ones to
> | choose from, so I"d like to hear from anyone who has first hand
> | experience with different milters, or different approaches altogether.
> | Prentice
> - --
> James A. Pattie
> james at pcxperience.com
> Linux -- SysAdmin / Programmer
> Xperience, Inc.
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