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    Default M3 upgrade with DSPAM

    We have M2 running with DSPAM installed (as described elsewhere in these forums). DOes anyone have any idea how the upgrade to M3 will affect DSPAM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by altimage
    We have M2 running with DSPAM installed (as described elsewhere in these forums). DOes anyone have any idea how the upgrade to M3 will affect DSPAM?

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    Funny you should ask. I just finished testing it. It appears to work fine, but remember to make sure the neccessary changes to amavis.conf.in and the rules are applied.

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    Just a followup. We successfully upgraded to M3. The upgrade process, as expected, removed the extra modifications we made for DSPAM. Nothing broke, but since the upgrade changed the config files, zimbra wasnt passing the email to dspam anymore.

    But it seems that SpamAssassin that ships with Zimbra is doing a MUCH better job. It seems more accurate by itself that SA + DSPAM was on M2. So i'm dropping DSPAM until a need arises again.

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