Dave O Connor <doc+ilug at redbrick.dcu.ie> 35 lines of wisdom included:
> Niall O Broin said on Sat, Feb 14, 2004 at 12:09:32AM +0000:
> > For quite some time I've been meaning to integrate SA and postfix, and
> > now a customer requirement means that it comes off the "some fine day"
> > list and gets put on the "real soon now" list.
> > The ideal solution will integrate nicely with postifx with a minimum
> > disturbance of the existing configuration and will provide ease of
> > maintenance.
> The way I do it (and the simplest way I can think of) is to install procmail,
> then in /etc/postfix/main.cf, do:
If you're looking to integrate more than just Spamassassin, I'd use
something like amavisd-new. We have Spamassassin and vexira's
Mailarmor (btw, this is excellent and fairly cheap!) which are both
working brilliantly under Postfix.
It's certainly not minimum disturbance though, it requires multiple
instances of Postfix (for ease of maintenance).
Philip Reynolds | RFC Networks Ltd.
philip.reynolds at rfc-networks.ie | +353 (0)1 8832063
http://people.rfc-networks.ie/~phil/ | www.rfc-networks.ie
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