dspam & cyrus
lee_hoffman at brown.edu
Tue Jun 22 19:31:54 EDT 2004
We're considering something very much like what you're describing.
Would you mind passing on postfix, dspam (and any other pertinent)
configs? It would save quite a bit of time screwing around with stuff.
Also, we're somewhat concerned about introducing mysql as an additional
dependancy for our mailsystem (we use it on large scale websites, and
have nothing but problems instability wise). Im curious how mysql with
dspam has been treating you, and how much volume your managing on it.
Has mysql crashed on you yet? If so, did mail delivery halt?
On Jun 22, 2004, at 5:28 PM, Christiano Anderson wrote:
> Palle Girgensohn <girgen at pingpong.net> writes:
>> Does anyone have experience of running dspam & cyrus? (with sendmail
>> & without procmail)
> I use Postfix + Dspam + Cyrus and it works very fine.
> On Postfix I created two different transports: users with individual
> dspam database and users with global dspam database.
> Postfix pipes the messages to dspam, it makes the check, includes the
> header if message is spam or not and after that delivers to
> cyrdeliver. Each user has a sieve rule which moves the message to the
> spam folder if it is classified as spam.
> It is a good solution, I have been used it for 1 year.
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