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    set up as a content filter "postfix"?

    Hi Iím a bit of a nube to Ubuntu but I have a server that I whant to set up as a content filter for students emails.

    Our setup is We have a Frog VLE server that will be used for students to send and access email .

    I wonít to put the Ubuntu server in between Frog and the ISP to filter out any inappropriate emails. E.g a swear word black list.

    I have had a small look at postfix and it looks like it will do what I what I need but I havenít got any idea how or where to start.

    Could someone point me in the right direction?

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    I am also interested in this. If I find anything I will make sure I post it here.

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    I set one up for zimbra (which uses postfix)
    zimbra / postfix content filtering for Bad Language

    a better place to start maybe here:
    Postfix After-Queue Content Filter

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