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ART's Project Gamera + Greylisting?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by JohnD@, Dec 31, 2005.

  1. JohnD@

    JohnD@ Guest


    I have been using Project Gamera on a CentOS3-box for some time and even if it's takes load of our PSA-servers a lot of SPAM still gets throu... Therefor I have been starting to look at greylisting and it really looks great I hav have heard a lot of "yipiii" for users on plesk's and art's forum.

    But how do I get greylisting to work on a Gamera-box (clean CentOS3 with minimal install + Gamera)? I have been looking at http://www.jonatkins.com/page/software/qgreylist but can't find the file that triggers greylisting/qmail/smtp?! I'm using xinetd but can't find any referense to qmail or smtp? However, a mysql-version would be better since we'll probably end with at least 2-3 gamera-servers in the near future when it goes live, and one centralized db would be more effective of course...

    Any news on for example http://www.atomicrocketturtle.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=165 ?

    Thanks in advance and a happy new year as well.
  2. sieb@

    sieb@ Guest

    It would be best to have this in ARTs forums, doubt you will find much here.

    As for cutting spam, I tried a Gamera server but moved to Fortress mail scanner with very high levels of success and a web interface. http://fsl.com/
  3. JohnD@

    JohnD@ Guest

    I looked into Defender MX at fsl.com and installed it on a new CentOS3-machine today. I have olny been running it for a few hours but I lokks great. It recognizes most of the spam and the web interface makes things a bit easier. The pice isn't that high either compared to other products starting at $5-$10k.

    Thanks for the tip sieb