[Ilugc] Simple spam filtering solution?
vpadarsh at gmail.com
Fri Aug 25 07:15:55 IST 2006
On 8/25/06, Girish Venkatachalam <girishvenkatachalam at gmail.com> wrote:
> Someone I think Adarsh was asking for a lightweight
> anti spam solution. Maybe the attached is relevant.
> Looks like you could use postfix.
Thank You Girish for the post. I have decided to go for spamassassin
since the sytem resources is not a big issue with me. I have tested
squirrelmail with pluggins for changing ldap password and vacation.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Philip Hallstrom <freebsd at philip.pjkh.com>
> Date: Aug 23, 2006 10:04 PM
> Subject: Re: Cluster mail system using FreeBSD
> To: bsd <bsd at todoo.biz>
> Cc: Liste FreeBSD <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
> > I am looking for the best possible solution in order to setup a High
> > availability mail cluster using FreeBSD (smtp/imap/pop server with 1000
> > accounts).
> > Selected software are as followed :
> > -----------------------------------
> > - Postfix
> > - Amavisd-new
> > - SpamAssassin
> > - Courier Imap
> > - DCC-DCCD
> > - Clamav
> > - a web mail (not yet selected but probably horde)
> > The idea is to offer a simple and very efficient solution in order for the
> > server to have a 100% uptime under any circumstances.
> > I would like (if possible) to stick to software available in the ports (for
> > ease of maintenance).
> > I was first thinking about using Linux-HA aka. "heartbeat" and syncing the
> > two boxes using rsync ?
> > What other solution would you think of ?
> Can't really help with the HA aspect, but I'd take a look at:
> "Policyd-weight is (as the name says) a weighted policyd for Postfix.
> It uses HELO, MAIL FROM and the MTA IP address for scoring their
> correctness. It also uses definable DNSBLs and RHSBLs in a scored
> I've been using that instead of spamassassin (which can be a memory hog)
> and very little spam makes it through. It's nice in that it doesn't even
> have to accept the message body to do it's thing.
> Also, consider, clamsmtp
> for tying clamav into postfix without having ot use amavisd...
> And lastly, you might take a look at roundcube for webmail...
I will test the suggested softwares and will post if finding anything
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