[CentOS] spam control

Rodrigo Barbosa rodrigob at darkover.org
Tue Oct 31 04:25:32 UTC 2006

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On Tue, Oct 31, 2006 at 11:51:47AM +0800, Feizhou wrote:
> >>>That is not exactly the same thing, since with "milter", you are adding
> >>>one more layer.
> >>exim loads in spamassassin?
> >
> >spamd_address = 783
> >
> >Then you just add the spam rules on the mime ACL.
> :D. spamassassin-milter = spamd. The milter is a running process that 
> loads in spamc and is multi-threaded. That should make it equal :)

postfix -> milter -> spamd
exim -> spamd

Not exactly equal :)

> >The main point is that Exim ACLs really rock. You can do everything there,
> >ranging from SPF, Greylisting, spamassassin and av, mixing them to your
> >delight. I can easily say that I don't want to check for spam or greylist
> >authenticated users, unless they come from a give network and are
> >sending e-mail to domain X. You can use some very interesting variables
> >on the acls for control, something like:
> >
> >  warn    set acl_m2 = ${lookup mysql{GREYLIST_TEST}{$value}{0}}
> >
> >and then I can test for it:
> >
> >          condition = ${if eq{$acl_m2}{0}{1}}
> I like the if parts :). With postfix, I would have to chain stuff around 
> to get this kind of behaviour.

Did I mention you can have several conditions for the same rule ? :)


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