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    1 == Welcome to Maia Mailguard ==
     1= Welcome to Maia Mailguard =
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    33Maia Mailguard is a web-based interface and management system for the popular amavisd-new e-mail scanner and SpamAssassin. Written in Perl and PHP, Maia Mailguard gives end-users control over how their mail is processed by virus scanners and spam filters, while giving mail administrators the power to configure site-wide defaults and limits.
    4 === Features ===
    5 ==== User-Oriented Quarantine Management ====
     4== Features ==
     5=== User-Oriented Quarantine Management ===
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    77 * Users can manage their own content filtering settings
     
    1414 * Optional auto-whitelisting for senders of rescued quarantine items
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    16 ==== User-Friendly Web Interface ====
     16=== User-Friendly Web Interface ===
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    1818 * Cross-browser support (Internet Explorer, Mozilla, etc.)
     
    2323 * Safe mail viewer for spam and viruses, including image-blocking
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    25 ==== Flexible User Authentication ====
     25=== Flexible User Authentication ===
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    2727 * Users can authenticate via an external POP3, IMAP, LDAP, Exchange, or SQL server
     
    3333 * Individual settings can be maintained for each e-mail address
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    35 ==== Powerful Administration Tools ====
     35=== Powerful Administration Tools ===
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    3737 * Users, Domain Administrators, and a Super-Administrator
     
    4444 * Virus alias administration functions
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    46 ==== Effective Spam and Virus Management Tools ====
     46=== Effective Spam and Virus Management Tools ===
    4747
    4848 * Built on SpamAssassin and amavisd-new
     
    5454 * Auto-accept or auto-reject mail larger than a specified size
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    56 ==== Scalable Design ====
     56=== Scalable Design ===
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    5858 * Mail servers, database servers, web servers and content filters can be hosted on separate machines
     
    6161 * SQL database storage for all e-mail, no more files
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    63 ==== Data Security and Integrity ====
     63=== Data Security and Integrity ===
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    6565 * Unless explicitly discarded, no mail is ever "lost"
     
    6868 * Privacy settings can be configured to prevent or allow administrators to read users' e-mail
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    70 ==== Statistics Tracking ====
     70=== Statistics Tracking ===
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    7272 * Tracks viruses, spam, and ham (i.e. "non-spam") for statistical purposes
     
    7878 * Condensed stats table
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    80 ==== System Requirements ====
     80=== System Requirements ===
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    8282 * Two SMTP-based mail servers in a dual-MTA arrangement OR an SMTP server with re-injection capability (e.g. Postfix)
     
    100100 * MCrypt library 2.5.7 or newer
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    102 ==== Installing Maia Mailguard ====
     102== Installing Maia Mailguard ==
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    104104Before you even consider installing Maia Mailguard in a production environment, take a look at the issues raised in the CAVEATS file, which explains some of the current limitations of this product.
     
    112112Maia Mailguard is copyright 2003-2004 by Robert LeBlanc, all rights reserved.
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