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I'm looking for an alternative to Spamassassin. Anyone tried rspamd ?

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As i always ask in questions like this, whats wrong with SpamAssassin ? - It'll help people make recommendations – Sirex Jan 13 '11 at 12:29
I realize it's a few years late but search engine visitors find this still. I wrote up a comparison of running rspamd side-by-side with spamassassin in this github issue and some might find it helpful. – Matt Simerson Dec 15 '15 at 8:05

You may take a look at ASSP. Works great so far.

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Don't overlook outsourced spam filter (Postini et al.)

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I can point rspamd, and it's not written in perl!

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A quick search for rspamd should suffice if the link breaks, it's not like he provided just a link. Also see other answers. – transilvlad Apr 16 '15 at 10:44

I would suggest you the Yandex Spam Defense - It is a highly-reliable anti-spam system, used to protect millions of Yandex (one of the most popular Russian mail-hoster) from being flooded with spam. I like also Symantec Brightmail Anti-Spam and Sybari Advanced Spam Manager (both can work with Domino and Exchange).

By the way, I really don't think that SpamAssassin is a bad thing to use, I think opposite, if you have enough RAM to run it you will get really nice results.

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For those of us who cannot read Russian, here is some English – rleir Feb 4 '14 at 14:52

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