FreeBSD 11 is now in the build process but you can now download the ISO's from ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/ISO-IMAGES/11.0/ You can also use freebsd-update to update your system(s) tomorrow. Full news is here:
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In the Seventeenth episode of Team Cymru's 'The Who and Why Show', we have the fifth in an occasional series designed to directly assist network administrators, looking at various Open Source Tools that can be used to check and secure systems. Today we talk with Justin Mason, the original author of SpamAssassin, a world class anti-SPAM tool that's fundamentally changed the way we deal with the SPAM problem. These short overviews will give you a good grounding in the basics of the tool, the alternatives and also perhaps enlighten long time users to some of the upcoming features for future versions.
Time for an update to qmail. I have been making some minor changes to the guide. The first mistake I made was changing the skel tarball from maildrop to dovecot. This filtering only works on the webmail level. It does not automatically filter spams. I have changed this back to maildrop so automatic filtering will work
I have been making some changes to the guide in regards to TLS. The stock install of qmail does not support TLS. There have been a few changes to the qmail installation to make qmail work. This is a work in progress. I have TLS working on a few different test vm's and I am tweaking the guide so this will work for everyone.
That's it for now. Let me know if you have any questions.
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I have updated the How to add rules to spamassassin as the cfupdates.sh file was full of old and outdated rules.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.