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Topic: Front end spam filter

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- iRedMail version: 0.9.0
- Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/MySQL/PGSQL): MySQL
- Linux/BSD distribution name and version: Debian 7
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I'm trying to set up iredmail as a frontend spam filter for Exchange.  I use iredmail-pro for a bunch of my personal domains so I see in there where to forward emails, but how do I do it with the regular version?  We have an Exchange server and want spam filtering and greylisting in the front end for one domain.  Do I just set in main.cf : relayhost = smtp.server.com

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Re: Front end spam filter

If you use Amavisd as content-filter, you should relay filtered emails to Exchange by setting below parameter in Amavisd config file:

$forward_method = 'smtp:[your_exchange_server]:25';

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Re: Front end spam filter

Would I also need to change : $notify_method or not?

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Re: Front end spam filter

Just forward_method.

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Re: Front end spam filter

Sorry to bother you with this, but I have the same requirement to forward filtered e-mails to an exchange server from iRedMail. Is the solution above still current with the latest version of iRedMail, please?

Kind regards, Lorry

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Re: Front end spam filter

lorry wrote:

Is the solution above still current with the latest version of iRedMail, please?

Yes.

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