What about implementing dovecot sieve?


sieve filter might be a huge asset for managing email

I tried to implement it by following but some package are missing in Debian9, such as dovecot-manageseived and at the end dovecot don’t recognize sieve as a protocol.

I was hoping hestia would consider adding sieve into their roadmap


I have dovecot sieve filters running in Ubuntu 18.0.4 with Rspamd and works perfectly only get the occasional spam email now.

Debian 9 you should be able to:
apt-get install dovecot-sieve dovecot-managesieved dovecot-lmtpd

If that doesn’t work try adding the dovecot repo if not already added.

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Hello salnz, how do you find Rspamd compared to spamassasin in catching spam?

I only started testing rspamd recenlty and hanven’t pushed production emails trough it yet.

Do you have a kind of how to on how you implement your [quote=“salnz, post:2, topic:124”]
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Hi Lupu,

I found Rspamd uses less resources than SA with better detection I only get 1 - 2 emails per week being spam from 20+ per day, plus having a gui is good to see results.The GUI link is easy to add into Hestia, would be good if I knew how to integrate it fully into the panel but not a coder.

I setup the integration between Exim / Sieve and Rspamd to have a sieve moving emails from the email client inbox to junk and pipe to Rspamd,

I’ve seen similar results in my limited tests, so i’m glad others can confirm this too

Hi JDmnT,

No how to guide, just a very rough draft with all the settings which I will get around to sorting out when have some spare time, took a lot of trial and error, using bits and pieces from all the guides to get a perfect install most of the guides use postfix and not exim / exim4.

I have only used CentOS and Ubuntu but I will see if I can install on Debian

I never used rspamd wih Vesta/Hestia but I had the chance to use it with other product like Mailcow and yes it is more resource efficient and the UI is a nice to have to manage your spam rule.

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