On Monday 28 March 2005 23:38 CET Habers, Jonathan wrote:
> Are there any plans for the author of m0n0wall to create an ANTI-SPAM
> appliance like the m0n0wall? Or is there already one out there.
Have a look at the SpamAssassin Wiki, I think there are some links.
Whatever, m0n0wall is designed for diskless and more or less stateless (ie.
when you reboot everything's gone) appliances with relatively low-end
hardware. That would mean that SpamAssassin had to run crippled with
disabled learning facilities (Bayes etc.) and would probably bog down the
machine a lot. Or to sum it up: It won't work like m0n0 is designed and
if you created an anti-spam appliance, it wouldn't have too much in common
with m0n0 :)
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