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vomsupport

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Has any used Barracuda's BRBL with Kerio....

http://barracudacentral.org

Looks like it might help with SPAM but wonder what the false positive rate is?


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hdjong

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We use the Barracuda Spam firewall hardware appliance before our Kerio mailserver. It works really good. Almost zero false positives and it filters out almost all spam mail. We can recommend the Barracuda solution.
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freakinvibe

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I think vomsupport means the Black List maintained by Barracuda, not the appliance.

I have no experience, but if I look at the statistics, it looks pretty good to me.

If I were you I would first use it to add for example 1.0 to the spam score. You can then check after a week if it has been hit a lot. If you are happy, you can increase the score.

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running

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I know of Baracuda and if kerio could use it's list it would be a great addition!

Can someone help in configuring it?

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campodoro74

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1 - Click on the link and register, you'll need to specify the IP address from where your server is connecting Barracuda

2 - After confirming registration, login to your Kerio Mailserver and add b.barracudacentral.org to your Blacklist (or bb.barracudacentral.org as I read that SpamAssassin likes that one more)

3 - Check your debug log

[Updated on: Fri, 27 March 2009 15:55]

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