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NEW! SpamAssassin [http://www.apple.com/server/macosx/features/mailservices.html now ships] in Mac OS X Server v10.4 NEW! SpamAssassin [[http://www.apple.com/server/macosx/features/mailservices.html|now ships]] in Mac OS X Server v10.4
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[http://www.stupidfool.org/docs/sa.html Installing SpamAssassin]: Benjamin Trott of [http://www.movabletype.org/ MovableType] describes the process of installing Spam``Assassin on OS X. It assumes that you are using a POP mail server (it could be tweaked to work IMAP, but if you're using IMAP, the popread script won't work). It also assumes that you are using a mail client that can read from mailbox-format files. [[http://www.stupidfool.org/docs/sa.html|Installing SpamAssassin]]: Benjamin Trott of [[http://www.movabletype.org/|MovableType]] describes the process of installing Spam``Assassin on OS X. It assumes that you are using a POP mail server (it could be tweaked to work IMAP, but if you're using IMAP, the popread script won't work). It also assumes that you are using a mail client that can read from mailbox-format files.
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[http://developer.apple.com/server/virusfiltering.html Using Open Source Tools to Filter Email on Mac OS X Server]: Apple steps you through the installation and setup of some widely-used tools: Perl-based Amasvisd-new, Spam Assassin, and ClamAV. There are other, similar open-source tools available, but completing this exercise shows you one way to keep your mail server clean of viruses; you can try other solutions, as well. [[http://developer.apple.com/server/virusfiltering.html|Using Open Source Tools to Filter Email on Mac OS X Server]]: Apple steps you through the installation and setup of some widely-used tools: Perl-based Amasvisd-new, Spam Assassin, and ClamAV. There are other, similar open-source tools available, but completing this exercise shows you one way to keep your mail server clean of viruses; you can try other solutions, as well.
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[http://developer.apple.com/server/fighting_spam.html Fighting Spam on Mac OS X Server]: Another article from developer.apple.com: Installing and setting up SpamAssassin on a Mac OS X Server v10.3 machine. [[http://developer.apple.com/server/fighting_spam.html|Fighting Spam on Mac OS X Server]]: Another article from developer.apple.com: Installing and setting up SpamAssassin on a Mac OS X Server v10.3 machine.
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[http://niklas.sosdata.se/index_man_macosxcommunigate.php Using Stalker CommuniGate]: on a Mac OS X 10.3 machine. [[http://niklas.sosdata.se/index_man_macosxcommunigate.php|Using Stalker CommuniGate]]: on a Mac OS X 10.3 machine.
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[http://www.tenon.com/products/post_office  Tenon's Post.Office] is a commercial package which comes with a Spam``Assassin module (the 10 user version is free). [http://www.euregio.net/joe/postoffice/ Scripts and tips] for using Spam``Assassin and Post.Office. The [http://dbmscan.com:3455/poss/58  Post.Office Wiki] has information about advanced Spam``Assassin setups. [[http://www.tenon.com/products/post_office|Tenon's Post.Office]] is a commercial package which comes with a Spam``Assassin module (the 10 user version is free). [[http://www.euregio.net/joe/postoffice/|Scripts and tips]] for using Spam``Assassin and Post.Office. The [[http://dbmscan.com:3455/poss/58|Post.Office Wiki]] has information about advanced Spam``Assassin setups.
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[http://www.afp548.com/article.php?story=20041104095414942 AFP548.com] have a great tutorial on setting up Spam``Assassin in conjunction with Amavis and Clam-AV [[http://www.afp548.com/article.php?story=20041104095414942|AFP548.com]] have a great tutorial on setting up Spam``Assassin in conjunction with Amavis and Clam-AV

Using SpamAssassin on Mac OS X

NEW! SpamAssassin now ships in Mac OS X Server v10.4

Installing SpamAssassin: Benjamin Trott of MovableType describes the process of installing SpamAssassin on OS X. It assumes that you are using a POP mail server (it could be tweaked to work IMAP, but if you're using IMAP, the popread script won't work). It also assumes that you are using a mail client that can read from mailbox-format files.

Using Open Source Tools to Filter Email on Mac OS X Server: Apple steps you through the installation and setup of some widely-used tools: Perl-based Amasvisd-new, Spam Assassin, and ClamAV. There are other, similar open-source tools available, but completing this exercise shows you one way to keep your mail server clean of viruses; you can try other solutions, as well.

Fighting Spam on Mac OS X Server: Another article from developer.apple.com: Installing and setting up SpamAssassin on a Mac OS X Server v10.3 machine.

Using Stalker CommuniGate: on a Mac OS X 10.3 machine.

Tenon's Post.Office is a commercial package which comes with a SpamAssassin module (the 10 user version is free). Scripts and tips for using SpamAssassin and Post.Office. The Post.Office Wiki has information about advanced SpamAssassin setups.

AFP548.com have a great tutorial on setting up SpamAssassin in conjunction with Amavis and Clam-AV

See also: CommercialMacOSX


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