Friday February 19, 2016

AntiSpam Processing with Mac OS X Server for Mail

We upgraded to Mac OS X Yosemite in December, 2015, installing OS X Server v. 5.0 to handle DNS, Mail, and Web services. We'd been handling Mail services "manually" using postfix, SpamAssassin, and MailServe (by Cutedge Systems) for several years, so there was a bit of a learning curve in switching over to OS X Server. Server uses SpamAssassin (SA), so that was familiar, but X Server runs SA from underneath amavisd.

I happened to mention amavisd and SA today, in Twitter. A friend asked me for details. I obliged by email, then thought, "I should blog this, in case anyone else ever asks".

Read more in our CFCL MOTD blog ...

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