Hi All, I've been reading on the form trying to figure out how to achieve a similar result using ISPConfig from my current setup. 1) Right now I have postmaster, abuse and Webmaster all being sent directly to one of my email accounts. The various sites I host have no interest nor would they understand what to do if they received email problems via these addresses. email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, etc all go to my main email@example.com From what I understand I will need to be using /etc/aliases (there is currently a topic about this file). I have tried making an entry in there for Webmaster to my ISPConfig user but I still get an unknown user error. Am I looking in the right direction? I have also tried adding the matching pair in /etc/postfix/virtusertable with no luck (this actually gives a log error saying the virtusertable does not match virtusertable.db). 2) On my current email server setup I have well over 2000 email users working but since it is an older program SPAM is starting to be an issue. I am using various RBL's and my own blacklist to try and keep the spam/junk mail at bay but the amount is just starting to get to be too much. Doing some reading on this forum I have not found much information on SpamAssassin. Basically I understand I just check it off but I am trying to find more information on how this will actually work and basically understand what it is doing. I have looked at their website but that did not clear it up. Would I also be wise to add my RBL's back into Postfix or should SpamAssassin work well enough? This server is basically only email with very light HTML pages. I have another server that does the heavy lifting for my database driven sites. Any resources on SpamAssassin would be greatly appreciated. My focus is to reduce the amount of spam I am getting, it is annoying PLUS it uses a fair bit of bandwidth every month. For those interested I am finally migrating my email server from Stalker's SIMS for the Mac OS. It has served me well since 1997. Much thanks to any information anyone can provide. Once this is done then I can start the migration process.