On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, Derrick Webber wrote:
> Henry Mason wrote:
> > James;
> > I have a setup where I use Postfix's content filtering to
> > route through Spamassassin and Anomy as per Advosys's how-to:
> > http://advosys.ca/papers/postfix-filtering.html
> > However, we have the same problem you have - different clients
> > have different filtering needs. So I created multiple filter
> > users, and assigned multiple IP addresses to the filter server.
> > Thus I have different 'filter personalities' that I can use for
> > different clients, simply by routing the mail to a different IP.
> > Postfix delivers the mail through a different filter user for
> > each IP, and each has it's own configuration.
> Another way would be to modify the filter.sh script to extract the
> recipient e-mail address or domain, and apply different anomy config
> files based on that. Postfix provides the recipient in the $4 parameter
> passed to the filter script.
> We've uploaded a filter.sh to our web site that allows domain-specific
> Anomy config files. It's not extensively tested, but hopefully will be
> useful as an example. See http://advosys.ca/papers/filter-misc/per-domain.sh
Depending on the mail server, you could also filter in a .forward
file or something. I use Courier, and can create .courier files for the
appropriate users. I haven't actually done this, but it's set up for it.
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