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SpamAssassin works well for large sites (given enough hardware of course).
How big exactly is the "large site"? There's an ISP in south africa
filtering several million addresses with it, I think that's the
However, turn off Bayes -- that requires care and feeding.
Copperfast gets no google hits whatsoever btw. odd.
Conor Wynne writes:
> Does anyone have any experience with a linux based antispam solution
> called copperfast? It costs 3 grand apparantly.
>> Its for a friend of mine in a pure MS house. They are looking for an
> anti-spam solution to sit in front of the exchange server.
>> I was recomending good 'ol spamassassin & the Brucey Bonus of clamav with
> their sendmail milters. The idea would be to get a low end box (raided of
> course) - and use sendmail as a mailhub which strips viruses & spam
> (thinking of using ilugs greylisting idea - and yes I'll be looking for
> help on that one), prior to forwarding the mail to the exchange server.
>> Would this be a good idea for a large site?
> They currently have zero linux servers, but they head sysadmin is well
> smart. He would have no problems getting around linux.
> This email has been scanned for viruses by Clamav
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