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SPAM/Virus Filter on Debian

Debian-Administration has another massive tutorial, this time on the relevant issue of having SPAM/Virus Filter on Sarge
It's long, it's here

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This documents my adventure of setting up a spam/virus fighting mail server on Sarge. It is not the most fancy way of doing it, but should be suitable for an environment with not too many users, nor a bunch of road warriors. It's also probably a decent starting point for building more advanced configurations. The end product is a server that dicards virus-infected mail, identifies spam, and sorts it into a local user's junk folder.

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