John Simpson wrote:

On 2006-10-25, at 1614, Ingo Claro wrote:

Jeff Koch escribió:

We are getting demands from large ISP's - Comcast, AOL, AT&T - that we spam filter all outgoing email. We're using simscan to filter incoming email but I think that misses email generated by our customers and autoresponders. Can it be accomplished by modifying /home/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp ?

How are other qmail users handling this?

i'm also interested in this feature. Have you found how to filter outgoing messages? for incoming messages I use maildrop

you can still use simscan. the trick is to make your customers send their mail through simscan.


I'm not sure that spam-filtering outgoing mail is a good idea-- I've never run into an implementation that doesn't annoy legitimate customers sending legitimate mail-- and simscan is, as far as I know, specifically designed not to allow it. If RELAYCLIENT is set, simscan checks for viruses but it doesn't run SpamAssassin.

Am I missing something?


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