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123314 Webmail Spam Conf FreeBSD

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Previously I had SpamAssassin installed which was working fine. This is a FreeBSD server hosted on Verio and has options to install other scripts. I attempted an install of some web-based email program which ended up messing up the SpamAssassin installation. So now, none of the emails are flagged as they previously were.

What I would like is someone who is familiar with SpamAssassin to configure my mail server to make sure it is flagging the emails appropriately. They should still be delivered to the users, but subject line should change and content should be appended to reflect that the content is spam. I had previuosly something that reported "spam detection software running on..." and a brief run-down of the spam scoring. I do have one custom user_prefs file in my own directory from messing around with this myself, which did work fine up until I messed it up. I would like to keep that file.

So, part one is the SpamAssassin setup. Part two of the bid is a reliable web-based email setup on my server as well. I had used Twig in the past... a long time ago... but I'd like to re-institute something web-based by way of email so I and my other users can access their email online. I need the typical stuff here, the majority of my users (me included) do use email clients, Thunderbird, etc for most of the checking. This would be for out-of-towners or the occassional review of emails in between getting to their main desktops / email clients.

Where this I'm guessing does require high level access, I'm looking for someone trustworthy, loyal, helpful... etc. etc. Referrals of other work done would be ideal. Looking for someone who may also be interested in a little more admin work when it may be needed.

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