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[Fedora Project Wiki] Update of "Docs/Beats/MailServers" by PaulFrields



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http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Beats/MailServers

The comment on the change is:
New MailServers beat

New page:
{{{#!html
<h2>Mail Servers</h2>}}}

This section concerns electronic mail servers or mail transfer agents (MTAs).

=== exim-sa ===

The `exim-sa` package is deprecated since Fedora Extras 6. It was the original implementation of SpamAssassin integration with Exim, and was functionally similar to sendmail 'milters' or postfix filters. However, that functionality is rather limited, and Exim now has far better support for content checking, fully integrated into its general-purpose Access Control Lists.

Since the {{{sa_exim}}} feature was not enabled in the default configuration, the package can normally be safely uninstalled to allow Exim to be upgraded. Users who have modified their configuration to use {{{sa_exim}}} features should either reconfigure to use Exim's full content scanning abilities or rebuild the package for themselves to include the `exim-sa` subpackage. For further details on Exim's built-in content scanning, refer to the Exim documentation:

http://www.exim.org/exim-html-4.62/doc/html/spec_html/ch40.html

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