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Hi, I'm very interested in what content-filters people use with large amount of emails. Lets say I have 1000 mailboxes that needs to be checked for spam, what would be ...
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    Best content-filter setup (spam-filter)


    Hi,

    I'm very interested in what content-filters people use with large amount of emails.

    Lets say I have 1000 mailboxes that needs to be checked for spam, what would be the ultimate setup for this?
    The only thing I would require is to append [SPAM] to the subject if it's a positive and some whitelist/blacklist per domain.

    Right now I'm running Maiamailguard with Postifx and to be honest Maia doesn't work very well and I want to change the entire content-filter setup to something more efficient.


    Any recommendations?

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    I've used Spamassassin with sendmail for years, and it works pretty well. I don't think it's difficult to set up for postfix.
    One of the cool things about it is that it will learn heuristically if you feed spam and ham to its sa-learn program. It has whitelisting and blacklisting, and a ton of more aggressive rulesets available. Also can use a number of RBL services.

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