Is amavisd-new still being maintained?
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Mon Oct 8 09:42:34 CEST 2018
On 2018-10-08 09:37, Boris Gulay wrote:
> Benny Pedersen писал 2018-10-08 00:18:
>> Boris Gulay skrev den 2018-10-07 21:24:
>>> Benny Pedersen писал 2018-10-07 17:34:
>>>> Ralph Seichter skrev den 2018-10-07 14:48:
>>>>> On 07.10.18 12:12, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
>>>>>> That's too a one man show?
>>>>> See https://github.com/rspamd/rspamd/blob/master/AUTHORS.md
>>>> impresive that amavisd have less tickets
>>> Because rspamd is actively maintained. Amavisd is not.
>> this does not hold water, since it could aswell be that amavisd is
>> more stable then rspamd
>> i have being using both at diffrent times, got more simple setup with
>> clamav-milter and spampd
> Looks like it was long ago. rspamd can now also be installed as a
> filter and it works "out of the box".
> And one more impotent advantage of rspamd: it gives you access to
> global SPAM databases like fuzzy and so on. Just take a look at
> default config files. It improves spam detection of freshly installed
The problem is that if you've built an entire system/cluster, UI etc.
etc. based on Amavis - it's not really plug-n-play to just change to
Also rspamd replaces spamassassin, so you are looking at a change in
spamfiltering technology/ruleset/config as well.
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