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Re: Suggestions

From: Marc G. Fournier (scrappyhub.org)
Date: Thu Mar 27 2008 - 14:40:03 CDT


On Thu, 27 Mar 2008, Charles Marcus wrote:

> On 3/27/2008, Steve (steeeeeveeegmx.net) wrote:
>> What do you suggest:
>>> - spamguard, spamassassin, dspam...
>
> Depends...
>
> If you don't care about per user settings, then ASSP is the way to go. *Very*
> easy to set up, and *very* effective out of the box (and its bayesian learns
> quickly, and is very effective as well)...
>
> If you want/need per user stuff, then DSPAM is probably best, although the
> last time I looked at it (more than a year) it was not the easiest thing in
> the world to install/configure.

Check out MAIA Mailguard ... not bad to install/configure, and has a full
web configuration interface for per user settings, including score levels
and quarantining / bayes training ...