Tonight I mostly installed Centos 5 upon dedicated servers in America, for a guy based in Germany. Sometimes people do pay me for work which is nice - this job paid for a small stirling engine :)
Yesterday I mostly implemented a web interface for controlling spam via a proxy server.
Several people seemed interested, so I'll explain what I've done:
- Coded several qpsmtpd plugins for different anti-spam mechanisms on a per-domain basis.
- Because the stock server only supports global plugins.
- Coded a web interface for users to manage the settings on their domain:
- Virus scanning.
- Resolvable from hosts.
- Reverse DNS
The only part that is missing is the final plugin integration, and some glue to propogate some of the GUI settings to the mail server - since adding a new domain is currently 50% GUI and 50% manual.
Each of the plugins supports whitelisting of addresses or domains, and there is a fair amount of logging detail - some is missing which I need to resolve.
Once that is done and the code is running upon my live server I'm happy to let people use it if they have a spare/non-critical domain they can expirement with...
The next thing to do would be to hook in spam assassin, spambayes, etc, on a per-domain basis with "training" addresses..