John Locke wrote:
>On Fri, 2003-11-21 at 07:05, scalex wrote:
>>My message could be a little oftopic here, but i ask because there are
>>other peoples which use the same or almost the same config as me. So, i
>>am using postfix-2.x + mysql + smtp-auth via pam_maysql + maildrop as
>>LDA and for extended quota support. All is working fine and all
>>configurations are virtuals (no shell acounts, only sql users), multiple
>>virtual domains, etc.
>>Can anyone suggest me a good howto about how to add to my present config
>>spamassasin? I read good things about spamassasin. So, how can i
>>itegrate it keeping my current configuration... I read the install doc
>>found on spamassasin source code, but is not expalined to much about my
>Have you considered Dspam? It's relatively unknown, but I'm finding it
>incredible--and it plugs straight into your system. All you have to do
>is configure postfix to deliver to Dspam, configure Dspam to deliver to
>Maildrop, set up a token database in MySQL, and optionally set up a CGI
>script to view the quarantine (optional because you can also have Dspam
>just add a header, like SpamAssassin).
>I've tried SpamAssassin in the past, but found it a bear to keep up to
>date, especially managing a mix of virtual and local users, and it
>caught way too many false positives.
Thanks for sugestion....The answer is no. I finished to setup
spamassasin.....and sql queries is working fine....exact as i wish....
This is first step. Also, spam emails are delivered in a Spam directory
(read from sql). Indeed, spamassasin + sql si less documented....but it
knows to handle per user spam settigs, no matter how many domains you
have.... I am using just maildrop for LD....