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From: Carlos Williams (carloswillgmail.com)
Date: Tue Apr 01 2008 - 09:13:04 CDT
Thanks all for the suggestions. I agree with Ezra said. I am clearly losing
the battle due to the fact that I have no implemented a solution but the
reason for this is because I did not know how to configure one. I have no
problem getting Postfix and Dovecot up and running on my server but I am
unable to find a guide that helps me configure Amavisd-new & Spamassassin
with Postfix. That has been my biggest challenge is finding something that
guides me to configure all of these to work together and function.
Thank you all so much for every reply. I have sent things to the Google
Postfix Group for months and have never had one single reply and or
suggestion. Its nice to see people with good / positive suggestions!
On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 8:54 AM, Carlos Williams <carloswillgmail.com>
> I am running Postfix 2.3 as a corporate email server. I love running
> Postfix and don't want to switch to something else however SPAM is getting
> way out of control on my companies domain. Everyone is complaining about
> SPAM and I have to find a solution to this. Right now I have the following
> - CentOS 5.1 = OS
> - Postfix 2.3 = MTA
> - Dovecot 1.0 = MDA
> - Amavisd-new = Not Configured
> - Spamassassin = Not Configured
> - ClamAV = Not Configured
> - Procmail = Not Configured
> My problem is that I am being suggested online to have ClamAV and
> Spamassassin run via Amavisd-new. I have never done this before and I am
> very scared I will end up losing control of this email server in place for
> Exchange or something like that. I want to do everything in my power to keep
> Postfix running here but I need to find a way to integrate SPAM scoring and
> SPAM filtering along side with the MTA / MDA.
> Does anyone have a complete guide or anything they recommend? I have read
> Postfix.org and there are so many different manuals and all of them seem
> to do things their own way. I just want one that works. At this point the
> company I work for would even wire a consultant to come out to Orlando and
> help us get this running.
> Thanks for any assistance!
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