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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by davis, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. davis

    davis Member

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    Will ASSP be avaliable or as part of cpanel/whm in the near future? This spam system is very good and i hope to see it built into CPANEL/WHM

    thanks in advance.
     
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    you could say the same about configserver mailscanner package. not to mention that besides mailscanner all other configserver tools are "a must have" for a webserver. yet, i think the things should stay the way they are now. it's pretty much ok.
     
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    Guys, while we not yet completed ASSP testing but we made beta version of WHM Addon module for ASSP quick install/upgrade.

    We confirm that it works well enough.

    However we not plan to create cPanel frontend neither free nor paid (while paid version could be got from grscripts.com).

    What do you think, is it enough for server admins to have ASSP WHM module instead SpamAssassin?

    P.S. For now we are trying to find a best way to verify local recipients (currently done in the Exim)...
     
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    i use configserver's mailscanner package and i am happy for now. things were easy and painless. never tried assp so far. yet i think that the things should stay as they are, as both developers they are doing great jobs and keeping people happy. integrating with cpanel would raise more and more questions like: why isn't that updated and stuff.
     
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