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Re: Filtering SPAM with Linux
From: Ivan Hernandez <ivan.hernandez () globalsis com ar>
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 14:34:04 -0300

ASSP is wonderful and my internal users can submit spam and no spam!
thanks you!

Gene Cronk wrote:

I've also found ASSP works rather nicely:


Sanjay K. Patel wrote:

MailScanner with Spamassassin is what I would recommend.

-----Original Message-----
From: ivan.hernandez () globalsis com ar
[mailto:ivan.hernandez () globalsis com ar] Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2004 10:29 AM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Filtering SPAM with Linux

Hello. I have a box with linux that is acting as NAT and Firewall (also
cache with squid and reverse proxy with pound).
I have an internal MS Exchange server that goes to internet via NAT, and i dont have any chance of removing it, but i would like to filter the incoming
traffic to remove spam.
My net looks something like this:

INTERNET <---> x.x.x.x LINUX BOX <---> MS Exchange

What can i use in the linux box? I have found things like MessageWall and
so, but i need better recomendations from people that already doed it.

Ivan Hernandez

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