I've never done it with dspam, at least alone, but you should be able to
find tons of info on mail gateways with postfix + amavisd running clamav
and spamassassin & dspam.
The set up above will handle very large volumes of email.
Also, you don't want to rely solely on Bayesian filters for spam
control. The spammers figured out how to get by that ages ago.
Jeff Palmer wrote:
I've been scouring google searches, mailing list archives, and other
assorted avenues I can think of.
Has anyone here setup a FreeBSD box with postfix, clamav, and dspam as a
frontend to your normal smtp cluster?
I'm entertaining the possibility, and have done some testing, but
can't seem to get quarantines, and retraining to work properly
(quarantines in the WebUI)
Mostly, I was just curious if anyone has done it, and can provide
pointers, or a "guide" of sorts as to how you got it working.