Henrik Hudson wrote:
> Hey List-
> I'm just looking for some direction on this...I'm not even sure if it's easily
> obtainable? Anyways.... i'm trying to configure a postfix / dspam setup as a
> filter for outgoing mail from our webservers. We're running into a lot
> of "CGI / PHP form submission SPAM" and I want to smarthost all our outgoing
> email through one filter server.
> The server should filter all incoming email, block any "spam" and dump it into
> a single "account" (checkable via the dspam webGUI and the only training will
> occur here) and pass anything else on to it's destination..is this possible?
use dspam in relay mode. see relay.txt (or gateway.txt...) in the dspam
> I don't want to / can't create accounts for "all" email and we aren't the
> final destination for any of the email anyway, so no local accounts outside
> of the "admin" accounts.
- where would bounces go?
- where would replies go?
> Anyone have some input? Use something besides dspam? Any docs on the web? I
> tried some googling, but couldn't find anything specific. I might not be
> using the right keywords though :)
- do you want filtering on a per sender basis? dspam (and other filters)
will filter by recipient, unless you chose site wide config.
anyway, you can start with a "simple" setup:
postfix ==[LMTP]==> dspam ==[SMTP]==> postfix
by following the FILTER README, as well as dspam docs (doc/relay.txt in
particular). see also
For how to get the best of dspam (accuracy, training, cgi interface,
...), ask on the dspam ML.