The current document on how to create a queuing server was dated so I updated it as of 10/25/2015. The new guide is located at http://freebsdrocks.net/index.php/documents/13-useful-qmail-utilities/140-how-to-create-a-secondary-or-queueing-qmail-server-2
I have updated the How to add rules to spamassassin as the cfupdates.sh file was full of old and outdated rules. The walkthrough is setup and you can start using it today!
Coming in the future is a walkthrough on how to install FreeBSD on VMWare esxi 6.0.
For the past few weeks I have been trying very hard to get dovecot 2 to work on my system. Finally this evening I changed the vpopmail setup from maildrop delivery to dovecot delivery. The maildrop delivery option has been disabled and the vpopmail skeleton file has been updated to use the Dovecot LMDA (Local Mail Delivery Agent) and now uses dovecot rather than maildrop for the filtering. The guides have been updated to reflect the changes.
As of 9/12/15 I have made a few updates to the guide.
The qmail port installation is removed so everything is installed via source.
The permissions on servercert.pem have changed.
There is an additional installation of fakeroot that needs to be installed before vpopmail. This is just a new dependency.
As of this writing qmail 2.0 works on both i386 and amd64 on FreeBSD 10.2
I have been using qmailsince 1998 and I had a website called nospam.mine.nu where I had a series of articles about how to combat spam in individual articles and also my own qmail guide. The qmail guide was similar to qmailrocks but I mostly focused on running it on FreeBSD (which was 4.11 at the time I believe) and utilizing ports for the installation and upgrades. The most current guide hasn't been updated in some time and POP3 is still running on port 110 and there is no help with combating spam. I am pleased to announce that I am working on an update guide. The new qmail 2.0 guide will feature the following:
Completely secure POP3, SMTP (SSL AND TLS), and Webmail
A new guide on how to combat spam
A guide on how to configure webmail securely using Apache 2.4
This guide will require you to purchase a certificate from godaddy for your domain for SMTP, POP3 and Apache SSL. I will show you how to convert the purchased SSL Certificate to use with qmail.
The testing guide will be available for all registered users.