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From Ted Mittelstaedt <t...@ipinc.net>
Subject Re: Which milter do you prefer?
Date Fri, 13 Mar 2015 22:33:04 GMT
 > want to avoid the usual distro based dependency parties

Yeah, right!

Now your the one looking to start a holy-war...

Must be something in the water!  Or maybe it's just Friday...

Ted

On 3/13/2015 3:19 PM, Axb wrote:
> On 03/13/2015 10:41 PM, Shane Williams wrote:
>> I've been reviewing the current landscape of anti-spam tools since I
>> haven't set up a new system in a while, and one place I'm wondering
>> what people are using is milters for spamassassin/spamc.
>>
>> It seems like spamass-milter is the default go-to for most people, but
>> I'd really like one that can listen on an INET socket (and
>> spamass-milter doesn't as far as I can tell, but please correct me if
>> I'm wrong). Milter-spamc from SnertSoft looks promising, but it's not
>> free, and a bit more complicated. smtp-vilter also looks interesting,
>> but it does more than just SpamAssassin stuff, so might be overkill.
>>
>> And I suspect there are a bunch more out there (though a lot of these
>> projects seem to have stalled or died over time).
>>
>> What are your favorite (not spamass-milter) options for plugging
>> spamassassin into a milter?
>>
>
> If you need to handle lots of traffic FAST and want to avoid the usual
> distro based dependency parties, yet not compromise on flexibility,
> etc., Haraka is you friend.
>
> https://haraka.github.io/
>
>

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