postfix+spamassassin, RBL, white list
Posted on 2004-03-21
I would like to use spamassassin at my work and if I was to do a per user configuration with white list senario, how in the world do my users get to configure their files that are kept in ~/.spamassassin. Is there some pretty little front end these microsoft lovers can use? I'm sure there has got to be some reasoning behind this. I'm just not sure how this is suppose to work.
If I was to use a SQL database or a LDAP database for my users contact list is there anyway to use that database of choice for a sitewide white list?
I guess if I could do things this way I would not need to allow my uses to edit their auto-whitelist file in ~/.spamassassin.
Infact this would be the prefered method.
Just out of curiosity where in the world does spamassassin keep its list of open relay servers it uses to check mail against? As I understand it spamassassin does this check by default, and it seems to be working. I am just curious about where the list of servers spamassassin uses is kept?
I would also like to get my users away from using outlook. Does anyone have a good solution for a MUA that runs on microsoft windows 2000 and XP. Maybe thunderbird by mozilla. It would need to communicate with a UW-IMAP server.