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Request for recommendation

bdmeyer
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I am working on a new CentOs 5.2 server.
It's only function will be email for a very smal group. (less than 10 users)

I am to setup Postfix, with Anti Spam, Anti Virus, and tie it in with a
PGP Universal Server for encryption.

Before I get too far down the road, I am interested in recommendation on
this configuration.

I have spent the morning googling for CentOS, SpammAssassin, ClamAV.

I find a lot of links to different things like Mailscan, Amavisd-new,
and I also have a postfix book by Ralf Hildebrandt.

I think I would prefer a pre-processing method or anything that will
eliminate backscatter. I don't want to add to the internet backscatter.

I am open to any recommendations for which to use, and what howto
perhaps to follow.

Thanks in advance for any advice.

- -- Bruce D. Meyer

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Re: Request for recommendation

Randy Ramsdell
Bruce D. Meyer wrote:

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> I am working on a new CentOs 5.2 server.
> It's only function will be email for a very smal group. (less than 10
> users)
>
> I am to setup Postfix, with Anti Spam, Anti Virus, and tie it in with a
> PGP Universal Server for encryption.
>
> Before I get too far down the road, I am interested in recommendation on
> this configuration.
>
> I have spent the morning googling for CentOS, SpammAssassin, ClamAV.
>
> I find a lot of links to different things like Mailscan, Amavisd-new,
> and I also have a postfix book by Ralf Hildebrandt.
>
> I think I would prefer a pre-processing method or anything that will
> eliminate backscatter. I don't want to add to the internet backscatter.
>
> I am open to any recommendations for which to use, and what howto
> perhaps to follow.
>
> Thanks in advance for any advice.
>
> - -- Bruce D. Meyer
>
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 Amavis-new with spamassassin and clamav enabled.

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RE: Request for recommendation

Tait Grove
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Subject: Re: Request for recommendation

Bruce D. Meyer wrote:

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> I am working on a new CentOs 5.2 server.
> It's only function will be email for a very smal group. (less than 10
> users)
>
> I am to setup Postfix, with Anti Spam, Anti Virus, and tie it in with a
> PGP Universal Server for encryption.
>
> Before I get too far down the road, I am interested in recommendation on
> this configuration.
>
> I have spent the morning googling for CentOS, SpammAssassin, ClamAV.
>
> I find a lot of links to different things like Mailscan, Amavisd-new,
> and I also have a postfix book by Ralf Hildebrandt.
>
> I think I would prefer a pre-processing method or anything that will
> eliminate backscatter. I don't want to add to the internet backscatter.
>
> I am open to any recommendations for which to use, and what howto
> perhaps to follow.
>
> Thanks in advance for any advice.
>
> - -- Bruce D. Meyer
>
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>> Amavis-new with spamassassin and clamav enabled.

I second that!

-- T


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Re: Request for recommendation

James Brown
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ASSP with clamav:


James.

On 10/07/2008, at 3:12 AM, Bruce D. Meyer wrote:

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I am working on a new CentOs 5.2 server.
It's only function will be email for a very smal group. (less than 10 users)

I am to setup Postfix, with Anti Spam, Anti Virus, and tie it in with a
PGP Universal Server for encryption.

Before I get too far down the road, I am interested in recommendation on
this configuration.

I have spent the morning googling for CentOS, SpammAssassin, ClamAV.

I find a lot of links to different things like Mailscan, Amavisd-new,
and I also have a postfix book by Ralf Hildebrandt.

I think I would prefer a pre-processing method or anything that will
eliminate backscatter. I don't want to add to the internet backscatter.

I am open to any recommendations for which to use, and what howto
perhaps to follow.

Thanks in advance for any advice.

- -- Bruce D. Meyer

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