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Integrating Postgrey into Postfix (Greylisting Filter)

In this article I'm going to show the simple integration of Postgrey into a postfix installation: Basically the installation of postgrey is done with: apt-get install postgrey   Then you should (but it's not needed) customize a little bit its configuration file /etc/default/postgrey, which contains: POSTGREY_OPTS="–inet=127.0.0.1:60000" #Postgrey uses the port 60000 locally POSTGREY_TEXT="Greylisted" #This parameter is optional […]


Spamdyke as Antispam Solution in Plesk with Qmail

First of all you need to make sure that you have the necessary packages to compile spamdyke: apt-get install gcc make libc-dev   Then download the latest version: http://www.spamdyke.org/download.html   At the moment that I'm writing this howto, the latest version is 4.0.10: wget http://www.spamdyke.org/releases/spamdyke-4.0.10.tgz tar -xvzf spamdyke-4.0.10.tgz cd spamdyke-4.0.10/spamdyke   After unpacking it, you […]


Greylisting with Postfix

Greylisting is an effective method of reducing spam. There's a daemon called GLD which is quite easy to integrate into Postfix. If you do not have your Postfix installation running, checkout for my other howto's.   Installation of the needed package: apt-get install postfix-gld   For the service to really start, you need to modify the file /etc/default/gld and change […]