FREE ASSP X (ASSP eXtended - WHM addon with cPanel interface)

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ispro

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These permissions look good. If you may, let me know how to login to your server to check what is going on. Send me PM.
 

ispro

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weedy, it was already taken care of in 1.2.1 right before you sent your message :)

Anyway thank you for the input!
 

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1.2.1 released:
  • Added option to install recommended Exim configuration files.
  • Added option to search for known incompatible strings in existing exim.conf.local file.
  • WHM interface doesn't show ASSP options if ASSP not installed/recognized.
  • New file added "files/addrnp.txt". It is for not processed addresses (mainly for domains).
  • Not processed domains are now considered to have all filters disabled with words "Not processed".
  • Added option to add/remove domain to not processed list.
  • ASSP updated to 1.3.1.13.
  • Added check at cPanel interface to accept known/allowed filters only.
  • Fixed daemon_smtp_ports at exim.conf
 

boeki

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These permissions look good. If you may, let me know how to login to your server to check what is going on. Send me PM.
found out what the problem was. there was no problem! :D

i was looking at an account's cpanel via admin login (whm) and it was showing the wrong enabled/disabled settings. when i logged in via the account's login, the settings reflected the correct status.

on another matter, the latest asspx changelog show "Added files/addrnp.txt" but it is not on the files folder. i created it and entered accounts on the not processed list then changed the assp config for "file:files/addrnp.xt" instead of the list of domains but the status on cpanel interface shows differently.

i tried/modified/tried/etc. then i found out that the files folder had a 750 privelege and after setting it to 755, things went well.

the changelog also stated assp was updated to 1.3.1.13 but whm asspx still shows 1.3.1.9 as the latest.
 
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Does this include a cpanel interface for the end-user to control their spam filters? :rolleyes:
 

ispro

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boeki, I really would like to see your server! Because all of these issues you mentioned are verified as not-existence! Permissions for "files" are 751 and you should also notice that.

Perhaps FORCING ASSP update will help?

P.S. There is a bug in versions comparison. It actually check string 2 string instead of float so I'm aware of the bug and just need to think about better way to compare versions...
 

WireNine

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Can we see screenshots of the user-end interface? :)

Would this be a better replacement for Exim+Exiscan+Clamav+RBL+Spamassassin+SARE+Razor+DCC ?
 

ispro

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Can we see screenshots of the user-end interface? :)

Would this be a better replacement for Exim+Exiscan+Clamav+RBL+Spamassassin+SARE+Razor+DCC ?
It not just "would be better" it is better. That's why we decided to switch to ASSP from working Exim+Exiscan+Clamav+RBL+Spamassassin+SARE+Razor+DCC+OwnMods

I attach two quick-made screenshots. They are 1600 in width however :)
Btw, it would be better to install ASSP X and see.
cPanel interface should be improved, more descriptions, etc. Currently it has just basic functionality, while it is enough to manage ASSP filters on domain/subdomains.
 

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WireNine

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I understand those shots are for WHM. I was wondering about end-user cpanel interface screenshots :)
 

ispro

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No, they are for cPane. I hope it is not so ugly! :)
Style/colors are the same as for WHM so it caused your confusion :)
 

jugo

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OK so I installed this and may I say it looks awesome and easy to use / install... Great job.

just to verify:

Should I set EXIM to another port?

WHM->Service Manager "Exim on another port" [125] Check YES and Disable EXIM Service?
 

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OK so I installed this and may I say it looks awesome and easy to use / install... Great job.

just to verify:

Should I set EXIM to another port?

WHM->Service Manager "Exim on another port" [125] Check YES and Disable EXIM Service?
yes (now im wasting 10 chars)
 

jugo

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Didn't work.

I changed the port to 125

And no one seems to be able to connect to the mail server to send emails.

Any help anyone can provide would help.
 

WireNine

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No, they are for cPane. I hope it is not so ugly! :)
Style/colors are the same as for WHM so it caused your confusion :)
No it's not ugly. I thought it was WHM screenshots because it does look like WHM :)

Is this integrated into RVSkin?

How is the load compared to the other spam prevention methods? All the other crap installed really causes high cpu usage.

Looks good, great work =)
 

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I would love to test this but I do not have a test system at the moment. Anyone who have a test system please test this out and let us know when it's ready for primetime. Maybe another version or two, I will start testing it on my live system.
 

ispro

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Didn't work.

I changed the port to 125

And no one seems to be able to connect to the mail server to send emails.

Any help anyone can provide would help.
You are doing wrong! Please, install ASSP X, then at the Maintaince section install our premade exim.conf - it will setup Exim properly,

Then REMOVE additional port for Exim you may have at WHM -> Service Manager!
Because when you install our premade exim.conf files you will set Exim to listen on port 125 already.

ASSP X configured in the way you have main SMTP port as 25 and additional SMTP port 2525. If you need to use other port instead of 2525 edit file /usr/local/assp.cfg.override and add the line (example, for port 26):
listenPort2:=26

Then reload ASSP via ASSP X interface (your changes will be applied).
 
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