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Old 10th October 2007, 15:50
faromount faromount is offline
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Default Postfix + DSpam in a Relay Config

I am having problems configuring Postfix and Dspam functioning as a relay.

I am using The Dspam with embedded ClamAV build from Oliver Meyer

The build works fine as is, once I have added domains and users it will accept mail and it tags it with the DSpam id. I have a capture all in the transport map so all mail for example.com is forwarded to my mailserver but I cannot figure out how I can train DSpam. The relay will not accept any mail for anyone not listed in user_map.

Has anyone built anything similar and have any tips or resources for this situation. Have read all standard documentation but allot is left to the user imagination.

Trying to avoid web interface is possible.

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