[CentOS] CentOS mailserver and spam filter setup ideas &preferences

Johnny Hughes mailing-lists at hughesjr.com
Wed Nov 30 18:47:09 UTC 2005

On Wed, 2005-11-30 at 08:33 -0800, Robert wrote:
> } 
> } Ugh.. qmail. I'll refrain from spitting up too much hate about the DJB
> } way of doing things here and just say "it's a functional product, but
> } his way is not the right way"
> } 
> } There are some excellent mail setup guides located at
> } http://www.hughesjr.com/content/category/1/14/30/Guides
> } 
> } They're quite good, and cover everything from intial setup to webmail
> } to filtering. Well worth the read.
> } Jim Perrin
> thanks for input!!!
> having built many mailservers i will be ok in general yet what i am really
> looking for now is how is everyone here filtering "spam in languages other
> than English"... most of the spam i get is in Spanish.
> i am having a hard time finding it googling (other than Bayesian filters)
> and i just need some searching help or direction to find so i can study up
> please?
> and thing is, ummmm im willing to use sendmail yet i want my customers to be
> able to admin their own virtual mailservers with a web interface... what is
> everyone using there??? sendmail and ??? or qmail and ???
> that is why i choose the www.qmailrocks.org system... i almost always use a
> command line interface yet i wont do that for clients less they get their
> own box rented or otherwise.
> i do appreciate the pointers Jim as i am not fully up to speed on a few of
> the newer sendmail etc configs and stuff... thanks again!

If you are absolutely sold on qmail ... you might try 


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