wich spam filter with exim4 ? - Debian

This is a discussion on wich spam filter with exim4 ? - Debian ; Hi, I use exim4 without any global spam-filter, somes users uses spambayes on the server side but it's too complicated and consume too much resources to put it for every body. So i would like to add a global spam-filter ...

+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 2 of 2

Thread: wich spam filter with exim4 ?

  1. wich spam filter with exim4 ?

    Hi,

    I use exim4 without any global spam-filter, somes users uses spambayes
    on the server side but it's too complicated and consume too much
    resources to put it for every body. So i would like to add a global
    spam-filter without any user interaction and easy to administer.

    I looked about sa-exim + spamassassin which seems to be very efficient.
    I try it a litle bit and it seems to work out of the box.

    Can use it like that on production or should i read more documentation
    to configure it ?

    --
    William Dodé - http://flibuste.net


    --
    To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-isp-REQUEST@lists.debian.org
    with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact listmaster@lists.debian.org

  2. Re: wich spam filter with exim4 ?

    William Dode wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I use exim4 without any global spam-filter, somes users uses spambayes
    > on the server side but it's too complicated and consume too much
    > resources to put it for every body. So i would like to add a global
    > spam-filter without any user interaction and easy to administer.
    >
    > I looked about sa-exim + spamassassin which seems to be very efficient.
    > I try it a litle bit and it seems to work out of the box.
    >
    > Can use it like that on production or should i read more documentation
    > to configure it ?
    >


    You may want to check out the exim wiki and/or join the exim-users
    mailing list. There are several ways to do content scanning in exim and
    most work very well:

    http://www.exim.org/eximwiki/FrontPage

    Personally I've never used sa-exim; just configure exim to do what I
    want, which includes virus and spam scanning.

    M

    --
    Michael F. Sprague | mfs@saneinc.net
    http://www.saneinc.net | Provider of SpamOnion anti-spam service
    System and Network Engineering (SaNE), Inc


    --
    To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-isp-REQUEST@lists.debian.org
    with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact listmaster@lists.debian.org

+ Reply to Thread