mail server setup

Juan Hernandez juanhernandez98 at
Thu Jan 7 11:07:06 EST 2016

What do you mean same thing? Same as what?  What in the below message has a cost?


Juan Hernandez
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Subject: Re: mail server setup

This is a good solution, but if you want essentially the same thing with easy gui management and zero cost, use zimbra community edition.
I use both types of solutions depending on my clients needs and requirements.

On Wed, 6 Jan 2016, Gregory Nowak wrote:

> On Wed, Jan 06, 2016 at 11:49:37AM -0800, Juan Hernandez wrote:
>> I wanted to know what you guys recommended for setups?
>> I need webmail, imap, virtual domains, spam/antivirus protection, etc.
> For webmail, I use sqwebmail. For imap, I use courier-imap. For MTA 
> (including virtual domains) I use postfix. For spam, I use 
> spamassassin. For antivirus I use clamav-milter to interface clamav to postfix.
> On Wed, Jan 06, 2016 at 10:43:00PM +0100, MichaƂ Zegan wrote:
>> More like: leave message intact, but add something like
>> x-spam-status: yes
>> x-spam-core: 5.0
>> into mail headers.
> That's done by spamc, which you can invoke through maildrop, or 
> procmail. I use maildrop on my server, so I'll describe how to use 
> that to do what you want.
> You need to have postfix pass the message to maildrop. You can either 
> do this directly in, or through the .forward mechanism. I 
> use both, depending on which domain the mail is for. I'll explain how 
> to do that through .forward, since that's simpler
> In the user's $HOME/.forward file, you want to have something like:
> |/usr/bin/maildrop
> Now, you want to create a $HOME/.mailfilter file, which should look 
> something like:
> DEFAULT="$HOME/Maildir/"
> xfilter "/usr/bin/spamc"
> if (/^X-Spam-Flag: YES/:h || /^X-Spam-Status: Yes/:h) {  to 
> "$DEFAULT/.Spam/"
> }
> If the message is ham, it goes to $HOME/Maildir/. If the message is 
> spam, it goes to $HOME/Maildir/.Spam/ This assumes you are using the 
> Maildir mailbox format, which I am.
> Greg
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