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Old 22nd September 2010, 04:57
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It's working great for me. I've set whitelisted domains within whitelist_clients and set my delay to =180. My only problem is determining what emails are being blocked vs jus greylisted but I think you said you're working on that solution. I whitelisted people who were popping up on the greylist without actually knowing if they were being blocked.

I haven't implemented the spamtrap email yet, mainly because I didn't understand the purpose the first time around. I think I get it now and will do that as well, as I think it could aso be very beneficial.

I truly believe the final setup should be within ISPC3->emails->global filters->content filter. After spamassisin/amavisd-new, this would be the final block, right? Lately it seems a simple block is to block anything from a .info domain.
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Old 23rd September 2010, 07:31
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An updated HOWTO has been posted. I recommend hashing that out. Best of luck my friends!

For all of you who THANKED that last HOWTO post, your names no longer show up. I would have personally notified you that it changed. Sorry!!!
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Old 28th September 2010, 05:56
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I see a lot of new views since the last update to the HOWTO. Has anyone ran into problems with it? Is it working okay?

Imma send it over to Falko to have it placed in the permanent HOWTOFORGE repository. Don't want many errors existing on it if I mistyped something!!!

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Old 30th September 2010, 18:53
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I see a lot of new views since the last update to the HOWTO. Has anyone ran into problems with it? Is it working okay?

Imma send it over to Falko to have it placed in the permanent HOWTOFORGE repository. Don't want many errors existing on it if I mistyped something!!!

I got the postgrey stats working just fine, and love it, thank you! But the problem I am having is with the postfix_report.sh, I get the following error message

/usr/local/sbin/postfix_report.sh: line 3: formail: command not found

I am running Ubuntu 10.04.

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Old 30th September 2010, 19:01
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Type "locate formail" and see where formail is located at. And post back.

Assuming formail is installed, you might need to change the script to the actual path:
pflogsumm /var/log/mail.log | formail -c -I"Subject: Mail Statist ...........
to
pflogsumm /var/log/mail.log | /usr/bin/formail -c -I"Subject: Mail Statist ...........
assuming formail is in /usr/bin/.
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Old 30th September 2010, 19:03
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Here is what I got

locate formail
/usr/bin/reformail
/usr/share/doc/maildrop/html/reformail.html
/usr/share/man/man1/reformail.1.gz

Should I change the .sh to reformail?
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Old 30th September 2010, 19:12
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No, those different things.

I guess Ubuntu uses apt-get?

"apt-get install formail" to install it.

Then, it should work.
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Old 30th September 2010, 19:18
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Can't seem to find it, with both apt-get install formail or through the synaptic package manager....
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Old 30th September 2010, 19:26
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Sorry, I was being dumb. I meant to say:
apt-get install procmail

formail is part of that package. Give that a go.
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Okay, thanks got procmail installed now, and did a locate formail and got the same result as before, is the a problem?

And thanks for the help!
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