That sounds very interesting in regards to a project im currently working on, do you know if it would be possible to setup with smtproutes:

1. if it find virus in a mail, instead of relaying to original [EMAIL PROTECTED], it transfers it to another server/domain/account (fx. setup a vpopmail account on the relay server called [EMAIL PROTECTED])
2. same as above, just for spam mails instead (spamassasin score >= 5) and to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

3. if you just relay & scan why dont you use Messagewall?

4. OT: does anyone know if ClamAV works with Squid? (viruscanning http transfers)


At 16:23 26-06-2003 -0400, you wrote:


I highly suggest installing qmail-scanner and reading the howto for using
spam assassin with it.

It works perfect.  You scan mail prior to the queue stage, and if you
configure it right, everything is hidden in the headers.  I scan it this way
for over 5000 people and most of them don't even realize its hidden in the

This also lets you do it on a separate machine, so if you want to hand it
off to a machine with /var/qmail/control/smtproutes you can.

qmail-scanner is not as hard to setup as it appears.  It requires the


> -----Original Message----- > From: Gonzo [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 4:09 PM > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Subject: [vchkpw] Spam Protection with vpopmail and qmail > > > Hello. > > I have qmail with vpopmail installed. > I don't know how to filter out spam mails. > SpamAssassin seems to not support virtual domains and even if it would > support them, how to tell procmail to filter mails for vpopmail? > > Gonzo > >

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