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    Default MailWatch-like Interface for Zimbra/Postfix/Amavis?

    Has anyone see a web front end to read the various databases included with Zimra?

    MailWatch (start [MailWatch for MailScanner]) was nearly perfect with my Exim/MailScanner server. A few weirdbnesses, but overall I was able to monitor email, check if something was scanned, release from quarantine, and do great lookups across the whole domain.

    Also we had the capability to have it running with a visual list of mail as it came through MailScanner. Having a list that loads in near real time made it possible to monitor the server easily and verify that it is working when people say everything is broken.
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    I could not find a RFE for this so please feel free to file one here. I would certainly vote for it. Currently I have MailScanner/MailWatch in front of my ZCS installation.

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    I guess that is one way. I'd prefer Zimbra to have that capability as I'm sure most folks would.
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    Raise a RFE and I am sure the votes will come

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    I'll vote for that. Better reporting would be great.

    As a followup to the spam reporting, live feed of what email coming in is great.
    Last edited by quietas; 06-06-2008 at 10:27 AM.
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    That 1st one is just statistic stuff - the 2nd one is about control of quarantine etc - to which there are a few dupes/similar like Bug 14614 - improved quarantine handling

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    I suppose if I put MailScanner and Mailwatch infront of Zimbra on the same box it would work. Something like Tharangamu did here: [SOLVED] Zimbra with mailscanner

    But then integrating MailScanner in Zimbra would be my ultimate solution. It seems to block a bit better amavis, from all I have read at least.
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