MailScanner/Spamassassin and postfix w/virtual hosting
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Mon Nov 17 10:01:30 GMT 2003
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At 22:11 16/11/2003, you wrote:
>I was trying to basically explain my setup. Straight to the point then....
>I would like my customers to be able to have individual options for
>scanning their email, ie, enable/disable virus scanning, deliver/delete
>all spam, etc. Is this possible WITHOUT user home directories, only based
>on receiver email address/domain?
> > Is this in any way connected to MailScanner?
> > Doesn't look like it to me...
> > At 23:13 15/11/2003, you wrote:
> >>I hope this is the correct place to post to... This may need to go to
> >>I currently have postfix set up to use virtual mailbox mapping, so the
> >>users on postfix are not users of the system, and the user logins are
> >>user at domain. I make use of Spamassassin to check mail, and I have seen
> >>that it is possible to have a user preference file, so the users can
> >>override my default spam detction options (user_prefs). this is to be
> >>located in the user home directory of the system, but of course there is
> >>none with virtual mailboxes. Is there any way that I can accomplish
> >>allowing individual preference files?
> > --
> > Julian Field
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> > Professional Support Services at www.MailScanner.biz
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