On Wed, Jun 06, 2007 at 12:00:59PM -0400, Richard Coleman wrote:
>  I am running a mail server using Postfix and Dovecot.  I would like to hear 
>  people's recommendation for which port to use to add server side anti-spam.  
>  The problem these days is a richness of choices, so it's hard to know port 
>  which to try.
>  And call it a quirk of mine, but I really dislike (server) software with a 
>  large number of dependencies.  That rules out Spam Assassin.  But I am 
>  fairly conversant with mail and Postfix/Dovecot in general, so I don't mind 
>  any integration work.

Bogofilter works very well, after you've trained it with some spam &
ham. You can get a head start by starting from someone else's wordlist.

But I'm running it from procmail on my mail only.  I've never bothered
to integrate it into postfix.

R.F.Smith                                   http://www.xs4all.nl/~rsmith/
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