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Old 18th November 2008, 14:41
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Yes I implemented the firewall as describer in your great tutorial.
Actually i'm getting very very nice results with your guide and tips, so far so good. I'm really thankfull.

In future i want replace Qmail with Postfix, and i guess i'll do another spamsnake but will local users and local mailboxes and add a webmail such has squirrell, Horde or Roundcube....

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Old 18th November 2008, 15:00
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It's no problem at all although, I wouldn't recommend using the SpamSnake for anything other than a gateway. It uses a lot of processing power so to have it independent of your MTA is the best method.

I'm sure you'll find the SpamSnake a must have for your organization and remember, I'm always open for donations..

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