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From: Gary Mort (gmlugsaplings.us)
Date: Sat Jun 23 2007 - 08:28:41 CDT
> I see no benefit in using spamc the way you do. spamc would be good from
> procmail/maildrop _if _ you want per recipient Bayes.
Well, the postfix server is actually acting as a mail relay to feed an
The problem is 2 of our users insist on having all their exchange email
forwarded to their aol.com addresses.
Exchange is relatively stupid and forwards such email before the third
party spam checker has a chance to review the email and remove spam.
Which after running for a few hours results in AOL blocking the Exchange
server as a spam producer(and rightfully so!)
This wasn't a problem back when everything ran on the bsd box as then we
had post processing spam, using spamassassin, catching that functioned
BEFORE the email was forwarded.
So now I'm trying to relay all the email through the bsd box(acting as a
mail relay) and then filter out the spam there before sending it on to
Which has now resulted in a few disappearing emails, along with a few
I hadn't looked into using amavisd-new since I don't care about catching
viruses(the clients have their own virus scanners) but if it would make
spamassassin more reliable I'll take a look at the docs.