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Old 5th March 2008, 19:59
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I have set up a SUSE 10.3 email server based on the Postfix/amavis/spamassissin/cyrus combination. It works better than I had hoped. Anybody have some words of wisdom on what I need to do to properly maintain it and monitor it. Going through the logs and reading all the quarrantined messages (looking for false positives) each day seems terribly tedious. I have been told to plan for an eventual 200-300 users.

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mailgraph and pflogsumm might be of interest: http://www.howtoforge.com/mailgraph_...mm_debian_etch
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