Mailscanner / Mailwatch Installation
strydom.dave at gmail.com
Sun Mar 26 05:15:14 IST 2006
This is why I love Gentoo, just emerge everything u need.
On 3/25/06, Rob Freeman <rob at robhq.com> wrote:
> Install centos 4.3
> yum update
> configure sendmail
> install mailscanner
> use that great spamassassin / clamav install script from julian on the
> mailscanner website ( Is a great way to get around using CPAN)
> Install DCC / pyzor / razor from the mailscanner wiki documentation
> disable yum update from installing an older version of spamassassin by
> editing /etc/yum.conf to exclude=spamassassin
> add your custom spamassasin rules aka like rules_da_jour script
> add any other anti virus programs you own or free like bitdefender
> install mailwatch
> Just a brief overview off the top of my head on what I do to get it going.
> John Schmerold wrote:
> > I do not want to turn this post into any kind of holy war within the
> > group, however I really need to get a couple Mailscanner boxes on-line
> > and I want to use Mailwatch to monitor & maintain the servers.
> > Here's my problem: I have never managed to install Linux, Mailscanner
> > & Mailwatch without fighting odd dependency issues (I hate hate hate
> > CPAN -it never works, I always get odd dependency errors)
> > I'm partial to Red Hat type installs because I've been tinkering with
> > various distros for 8 years, I kinda like SUSE because it seems like
> > the most professional distro (no holy wars please).
> > However I really don't care what I use, I just want to burn a DVD or
> > CD, install Linux, do a YUM (or equivalent) update, install a couple
> > AV applications, install spamassassin, install mailscanner using
> > install.sh, install mailwatch using instructions at:
> > http://tinyurl.com/hnnfm
> > Based on the mailwatch web-site, I suspect I should use Centos 3.6
> > Server distribution, anyone find that something else works flawless
> > &/or better?
> > TIA
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