Karl Vogel wrote:
I highly recommend ASSP. It's by far the best spam filter I've ever used
and my clients are constantly raving about it's effectiveness. It's also
extremely easy to configure and maintain. Check it out at
On Sun, 30 Sep 2007 23:03:06 +0200, Roland Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
R> On Sun, Sep 30, 2007 at 03:20:58PM -0500, Joe in MPLS wrote:
J> I'm running 6.2-STABLE with postfix with cyrus-sasl, imap-uw & horde for
J> mail. I'd like to stop depending on clients(Thunderbird & PDAs) for
J> primary spam control (especially because our PDAs don't do any). AV
J> scanning would be a plus too.
R> I've been using bogofilter for some years now, and it works very well once
R> you've trained it properly.
I started collecting spam a few years ago, and I use a Bayesian filter
called ifile to handle junk. I trained it using just over 117,000 crapmail
messages, and I don't get a lot of spam these days...
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