Re: smtp proxy
- On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 09:23:22AM +0330, Nasser Heidari wrote:
> I want to inspect emails for spam!This is too vague, everyone wants to inspect email for spam. What
inspection methods/engines do you want to use? Is the proxy required
to be an after-queue content filter or a pre-queue proxy filter?
I use a commercial filter integrated into the Proxy via a dynamically
loaded module that encapsulates the commercial filter API. The proxy
will be open, the (plugin) spam filter module I use will only be useful
to those who buy the vendor product.
> Let me know what proxy software you use?It is not yet publically released. Want to help with documentation? If
someone can polish the docs, I can accelerate the release. The proxy
in question is postqueue-only. The I/O code expects Postfix to prevent
absurdly long logical headers or physical body lines.
> By the way, my second problem is I'm afraid if I redirect all my SMTP trafficThis betrays significant confusion on your part... You may be better off
> to one server (proxy), may be its IP address get into blacklist!!!
with pre-integrated commercial software/appliances. The open-source tools
give you more control, but may require more skill to integrate.
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