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DSPAM 3.10.0 released

by Julien on August 6th, 2011

The DSPAM project has recently released the 3.10.0 version of free content-based spam filter. Besides various bug fixes, the most important change is the switch to the AGPL-3 license (from GPL-2).

The Debian packages are almost ready, but still require further testing as they have been largely amended, especially to add multiarch support. I expect to upload them to unstable within the next week or so, and, if no major problem happens in the meantime, will upload them to squeeze-backports as soon as they reach testing.

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  1. This is great news! I thought DSPAM was abandoned forever.

    I’m looking forward to the packages! (-:

  2. What’s the easiest way to set it up?

    I’m using Google Apps now.

    I’m wondering, if you run your own mail server and filter your own spam, how much server resources does this tie up?

    The main reason I’m using Google Apps is the spam filtering–but really I’d rather host my own email.

    Any good tutorials or books available on this subject? The mail server documentation that I’ve found is terribly cryptic and voluminous–time consuming. I admit Google Apps was a huge relief.

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