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Exim questions

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Logger, Dec 28, 2003.

  1. Logger

    Logger Member

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    Just learning cpanel stuff after years of working with Plesk. Is there a utility like qmail-qstat that tells us how many emails are in the queue?

    Also, is there a spam removal tool like qmail-remove that searches for a spam string and yanks it out?
     
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    netwrkr Well-Known Member

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    For the first question try exim-stats.
     
  3. dysk

    dysk Well-Known Member

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    Hi-
    Spamassassin for complicated spam removal. It does things like scores emails based on a whole lot of factors, and allows you to tag messages over a certain score.
    Exim filters can be used for simpler removal of known spammers. See /etc/antivirus.exim on a cpanel box for an example.

    Erek Dyskant,
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  4. Logger

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    That is not what I mean. In Plesk on qmail, if a spammer exploits a script and loads 30,000 emails into the queue, all we do is locate an example spam email, find a string in it and then use it to yank all spam out the queue leaving legitimate email in the system.

    Anything like that for exim?
     
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