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From: Antoine Nguyen (toniongyn.org)
Date: Fri Jun 18 2010 - 05:12:56 CDT
Le 18/06/2010 11:51, Reko Turja a écrit :
>> I'm not a great fan of quarantining, although it works fairly well
>> for webmail systems where the quarantine can be accessed through the
>> same interface as the inbox (eg, Gmail and Hotmail). It's less
>> helpful where mail is delivered to a POP3 or IMAP box as users have
>> to go to a separate interface to check the quarantine.
> With quarantine and IMAP, one approach is using sieve with IMAP server
> and forwarding the border cases automatically via sieve rules to users
> junk/spam folder. That way quarantine can be accessed from the regular
> mail client or web interface and checked by the user him/herself if
> important mail seems to be missing.
> At least Cyrus can do this pretty painlessly, and I think Dovecot does
> support sieve these days too.
Good idea. But I think this is getting harder if you want to allow users
to notify server about its errors (false positive, false negative, ...).
Talking about that, I would just let the list knows that I've just
released a new version of MailNG. This is a web based tool that allows
the administration and use of a virtual domains hosting platform. It
* An admin panel to create domains/mailboxes/aliases and more,
* A simple webmail,
* A quarantine managment tool (Amavisd-new sql quarantine),
* Automatic replies (vacation),
* Graphical statistics.
It works great with postfix. In fact, I've only tested it with postfix ;-)
The project lives here : http://projects.koalabs.org/trac/mailng/