Adding Server Side Mail Filters for Users to ISPConfig

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by DantePasquale, Feb 24, 2009.

  1. DantePasquale

    DantePasquale HowtoForge Supporter


    I am looking at adding server side mail filtering to my ISPConfig setup for some or all of my users. I've done some reading and I wanted to run this by everyone for input.

    If I follow the HowTo: I think that will do the trick, but ...

    1. How will this affect my ISPConfig configurations?
    2. Can I begin with Page 3 of the howto in order to get amivsd installed and configured?

    Any and all input is greatly appreciated. Keep in mind that I will be moving to ISPConfig 3 and may wait until that move to implement this functionality.

    Danté :confused:
  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    The tutorial you used is completely incompatible with ispconfig 2 and 3. If you installed this already, the best is to format your server and reinstall it the according to the perfect setup guide if you want to use ispconfig 2 or to the ispconfig 3 installation instructions if you want to use ispconfig 3.
  3. DantePasquale

    DantePasquale HowtoForge Supporter

    I haven't executed the tutorial, but was looking into ways to implement server-side imap mail filtering. You confirmed what I thougth about it not being compatible with ISPConfig and Perfect Server setup.

    So, I guess the question is, "Is there a way to setup server-side mail filters when using ISPConfig 2 or 3"?

    Thanks, Danté
  4. till

    till Super Moderator

    ISPconfig 2: You can write custom procmail filter scripts which have to be placed in the home directory of the mail user.

    ISPConfig 3: Server side mail filtering is implemented in the ISPConfig interface.

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