[rt-users] Procmail???/

Steve Thomas sthomas at apexvoice.com
Mon Mar 19 15:39:57 EST 2001

I use Amavis (http://www.amavis.org/) with the Linux version of McAfee
for virus scanning. Works wonderfully. I looked at the E-mail Sanitizer,
but didn't like it nearly as much as Amavis, which is also free. The one
thing about the E-mail Sanitizer that I did like over Amavis was the
spam filtering. I'd think that both could be used together without any
problem, although I haven't tried it.


Clark Shishido wrote:
> >
> > I want to set up some procmail recipes to filter out spam and viruses from
> > my RT queus, has anyone done this before and if so do you have any
> > pointers?
> >
> I'm using procmail to filter out mailing list posts except for one
> subscriber (one machine really). This way you get a to-do when the
> machine has a package ready to go, everybody on the mailing list is
> free to comment, but RT only accepts mail from that build machine.
> just use procmail for your default delivery agent and put in a
> .procmailrc file for the "rt" user. BUT you have to remember that
> with sendmail, /etc/aliases gets called before getting to mail.local
> so use [queuename]:rt in /etc/aliases.
> for virus checking I've been using this procmail filter:
>   http://www.impsec.org/email-tools/procmail-security.html
> I've only used it on a central SMTP server, not on one with RT
> installed but it protects me from those damn *.vbs worms.
> have fun.
> --clark
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Steve Thomas                     +  sthomas at apexvoice.com
Network Administrator            +  818.379.8400 Voice
APEX Voice Communications, Inc.  +  818.379.8410 Fax

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