Non interactive SIEVE filters installation
Andres.Tarallo at linux-sudamerica.com
Sun Nov 13 07:39:40 EST 2005
I'll be using Postfix, not sendmail. And I'll be using a milter, however
quaretinig of spam or virus is not an option.
On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 09:15 -0500, Joseph Brennan wrote:
> Andres tarallo <andres.tarallo at linux-sudamerica.com> wrote:
> > Now I'm in need to also create in bulk the sieve filters for clasiffing
> > SPAM and mails suspected to have viruses.
> > As far as I've found sieve filters must be set for each user, by the
> > USer. I want to install an initial filter as the system manager for each
> > user or a sort of global filter.
> If you use sendmail, a milter is a good way to apply systemwide rules
> like rejecting or tagging. Rejecting in particular is done much more
> efficiently at the MTA stage.
> Joseph Brennan
> Columbia University Information Technology
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