Oliver Peter wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 15, 2007 at 05:21:49PM +0545, Tek Bahadur Limbu wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I was wondering if anybody on this list has successfully implemented the 
>> following setup on a FreeBSD machine?
>> Postfix + Amavisd-new + Clamav + DSpam + DBmail (PostgreSQL)
>> Can I use the following diagram for this?
>> Postfix --> Amavisd-new --> Clamav --> Amavisd-new --> DSpam --> Postfix 
>> --> DBmail-lmtpd --> DBmail-Database?
>> Is this the correct or optimal setup?
>> Being relatively new to the world of MTAs, please forgive me for any 
>> naive questions.
>> Any pointers, suggestions and tips will be highly appreciated.
> I'm using  FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE-p2 with Postfix, Cyrus-SASL2, amavisd-new, 
> clamav
> and dbmail (only IMAP with stunnel) with a pgsql backend.
> I would like to switch back to a filesystem based e-mail backend
> (maybe dovecot) - feels better to me.  Furthermore I think that dbmail
> has no good pgsql support (it has some bugs with IMAP) - 
> maybe you would like to try mysql instead (*hirgs*).
> If you would like I can show you my configuration files and table
> structures.

I'm using it with MySQL, my database is only 900MB with 15000 mails and
it works fine.

How did you integrate clamav with postfix?
I think through milter is the fastest solution, and if the milter
crashes, the mail won't just get scanned, but if a "smtpd_proxy_filter"
crashes, the mail will wait in queue and will not be delivered to dbmail.

# clamav-milter
smtpd_milters = unix:/var/run/clamav/clmilter.sock
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