Contributed by grey on from the reducing smtp headaches dept.
I waited a couple of days and didn't find any references to this so I thought this might be useful :-)
From the Website:
MailDroid is a special "distro" of the popular OpenBSD** operating system that is optimized to provide a secure, spam fighting, virus killing, Mail Filtering Gateway, "right out of the box". System Administrators need only place the MailDroid distro CD into any modern x86 box (Pentium III class or above) and load the system as you would any OpenBSD install except you select the additional maildroid.tgz package. Once all the packages are installed, reboot and the system will come up swinging! MailDroid comes equipped and configured with:
sendmail 8.13.3 - standard OpenBSD 3.7 release
smtp-vilter 1.1.9- connect several milter back-ends to filter your incoming mail
spamassassin 3.0.2- what more do we need to say?
cyrus-sasl 2.1.20 - SASL2 authentication daemon to use with sendmail
clamav 0.85.1- The open source anti virus milter
squirrelmail 1.4.4 SSL web mail front-end using an internal IMAP server
spamd - The OpenBSD offensive spam deferral daemon
pop3s - TLS based POP access (via stunnel 4.08 )
OpenBSD firewall based on pf
Chrooted sendmail, apache, clamav, smtp-vilter, named, PHP4.3.10 and more
Secure Web-based management console
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