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I have configured sendmail in RHEL 5  now i want to configure iptables and spamassasin for this server so that spam attack can aviod.

please suggest me how to configure this?
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Please check your other question,[ due to weakend didnot able to answer]

anyway

to prevent spam to come to your server

you should use MailScanner to use ClamAV to scan for viruses, and SpamAssassin

have a look to bellow article how to use those with sendmail.

http://www.redhat.com/magazine/025nov06/features/email/index.html
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