I had read the following on the qmail-scanner site
Software Integration Issues
Q-S doesn't work with Vpopmail Vpopmail basically strips out environment
variables set within the tcpserver SMTP rules file - specifically the
QMAILQUEUE environment variable. As it is responsible for starting
qmail-smtpd, that means Qmail-Scanner never gets called. This is really
a bug with Vpopmail, but a workaround is to set QMAILQUEUE within
/service/smtpd/run instead. However, you must realise that you will lose
Q-S functionality - such as altering Q-S components based on SMTP server
IP address, etc. This will only get worse...
Any thoughts on that?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeremy Oddo [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2003 4:19 PM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Spam filter
> Ross Davis - DataAnywhere said:
> > Can anyone suggest a good spam filter to use with vpopmail. We are
> > just getting killed on a couple of larger domains right now.
> Can't think of a better filter than SpamAssassin
> I'm using it in a vpopmail setup.
> It's dropped our spam levels down by 95-97%. One user
> reported getting over 100 spam e-mails a day now gets 0-4.
> And SA has a VERY active user-base.