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Default Anti-Spam Best Practices 2013

I'd like to configure my (CentOS 6.4, Apache, Postfix, Dovecot) ISPConfig servers with the best practices to fight spam. There are so many articles in HowtoForge and elsewhere, that I'm not confident that I can choose which tutorials to follow so that I can best configure my ISPConfig servers.

Can anyone suggest which tutorials I should follow to configure a general-purpose hosting ISPConfig server to fight SPAM?
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