Gateway mode for Communigate Pro
taz at taz-mania.com
Tue Jun 27 19:19:00 IST 2006
I use two sendmail/MailScanner/SpamAssassin/ClamAV gateways in front of
my Communigate Pro mail server. I really like the features and user
interface on Communigate Pro... But it costs a lot for their in-house
version of SpamAssassin. I find that this combination works very well.
I send outbound directly from the Communigate Pro server, but the MX
records point to the gateways which forward to the Communigate machine
(using mailertable). I also added Milter-greylist to sendmail. Also each
gateway has its own BIND server for doing the RBL lookups. Right now I'm
only doing a couple of hundred thousand eMails (inbound) a day across
both gateways and they are not even breaking a sweat (each one is a dual
2.8Ghz P4 Xeon machine with 1GB RAM).
Hope this helps.
Cameron B. Prince wrote:
>I have a client who is having serious issues with spam and other illicit
>content coming through his mail server. I have urged him to consider
>MailScanner but he would prefer to continue using Communigate Pro as his
>staff know the system and are comfortable with it.
>What I am curious about is using MailScanner as a front end for Communigate
>Pro. I have read the MAQ section about using MailScanner in gateway mode
>with Exchange and Domino. Will the same configuration apply for Communigate
>Pro and would it be possible to point the mailertable to a virtual host on
>the same server?
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