Web Interface?

Richard Frovarp Richard.Frovarp at sendit.nodak.edu
Thu Dec 14 19:25:46 GMT 2006

Jay Chandler wrote:
> Matt Kettler wrote:
>> Carl Andrews wrote:
>>> I just downloaded the Flyer pdf from mailscanner.info an there are
>>> photos of a rules editor, spam settings, and reporting. Is this now a
>>> feature of MS? If so, how do I activate it/set it up? I have been using
>>> MailWatch, but if the features are already part of MS I would rather 
>>> use
>>> those.
>> If you zoom in really close, those pictures are of mailwatch and 
>> other FSL tools
>> related to MailScanner.. It even says "MailWatch" in the title bar of 
>> the
>> "Reporting" picture.
>> The boundaries between MailScanner, MailWatch, FSL tools, and 
>> Julian's clam/sa
>> bundle are often ignored when discussing the features of Mailscanner.
>> I think a lot of that probably comes from Julian viewing them as 
>> things that "go
>> together" (which they do), and that's the way the commercial 
>> offerings are packaged.
>> This ends up causing Julian to often refer to the whole ball of wax as
>> "MailScanner", although more accurate might be "A complete 
>> MailScanner system
>> with associated tools" or "the MailScanner suite".
>> I don't think the blurring is inherently bad, but it does 
>> occasionally cause
>> confusion. Not long ago Julian and I had an extended exchange about the
>> MailScanner install process, and he was actually talking about the 
>> clam/sa
>> bundle install process.
> I don't suppose anyone's ported MailWatch or the FSL tools to FreeBSD 
> yet, have they?  I did some digging and couldn't find anything.
I am not sure what would be incompatible about it. MailWatch is PHP, 
Perl, and MySQL. Might need to change a few paths in configuration, but 
that should be about it.

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