<html><head><style type='text/css'>p { margin: 0; }</style></head><body><div style='font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 12pt; color: #000000'>   Hi Barry,<br><br> For CBpolicyd I have my own french doc but I could provide some english one with a little time.<br> For the french one here is the link :<br>https://www.zimbrafr.org/forum/topic/7623-poc-zimbra-policyd/<br><br><div><span name="x"></span>  ___________________________________<br> /                                   \<br>/-------------------------------------\<br>|  Guy CARRÉ                          |<br>|  *************                      |<br>|  PostMaster - WikiMaster - SysAdmin |<br>|                                     |<br>| "Free Your Mind. Think Open Source" |<br>|  april.org                          |<br>|                                     |<br>|_____________________________________|<span name="x"></span><br></div><br><hr id="zwchr"><div style="color:#000;font-weight:normal;font-style:normal;text-decoration:none;font-family:Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><b>De: </b>"Barry De Graaff" <barrydg@zetalliance.org><br><b>À: </b>users@lists.zetalliance.org, devel@lists.zetalliance.org<br><b>Cc: </b>"Guy Carré" <guy@zetalliance.org>, "Guy CARRÉ" <guycarre@free.fr><br><b>Envoyé: </b>Lundi 6 Juin 2016 18:10:37<br><b>Objet: </b>how-to for cbpolicyd that does use mariadb or something other than sqlite<br><br><br>-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----<br>Hash: SHA256<br><br>Hello All, Guy,<br><br>I am looking into ways to prevent getting blacklisted (server ip/domain) when<br>users have their account hacked and as such are sending out large qty's of spam<br>messages.<br><br>Who is running cbpolicyd, and use something other than sqlite, if so, do you have<br>how-to documents, or other documentation that you may want to share.<br><br>Also I am looking into this as well:<br>https://github.com/Zimbra-Community/zimbra-tools/blob/master/checkhack-zimbra-preferences<br><br>It seems that at least some of the parameters of that script, are still valid, e.g. the<br>`do not store sent items` happened at least on a few occurrences.<br><br>That would suggest Zimbra itself is targeted by hackers to send out spam from... why and<br>how would that happen? Mime headers?<br><br>Kind regards,<br><br>Barry de Graaff<br>Zeta Alliance Founder<br>www.zetalliance.org<br><br>Skype: barrydegraaff.tk<br>Fingerprint: 9e0e165f06b365ee1e47683e20f37303c20703f8<br>-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----<br>Version: OpenPGP.js v2.3.0<br>Comment: http://openpgpjs.org<br><br>wsFcBAEBCAAQBQJXVaB5CRAg83MDwgcD+AAAzW4P/0+60z76dsvEkzutcxod<br>4EURC9k6GY+C0snhSuld6qOMAsEUDzNvLJ8A/8RLLeJJIaCiQ1RPnCRUxbsR<br>/QECKZj5dqSGuIHtHIg7pi9BoRAFpPkE9+LIsij20+EfgryhI+XFH3RvQz/O<br>QgbAh9hKtbzw/Bv6XO21R2SDjdmimBVL3cnzHccl2NWPUNZ2LZpoV8zr8Y1G<br>tDINvoj0YWBArEkctn+3mx0K+h4U0jF6+ZXkxLJr7xh2c+aa16LcEcszffR8<br>Gu5/0M7EwzndQaE+XfM/QhjpUD+qUX5jXtFVhnM09vonY3SF5my3fM1pNbAb<br>Aw/G5H30ySW2E87o2D01NkeTzojR1sRZrAFeCACtE94y54meFfPREBZ8k5Lr<br>jjGzx3vlV8SSt05QZxs1FSe6ns9KDmsdwc/QXQHrIcS/hwLnm9XI4QyiCDgB<br>fsZNCOWVo8f5BlL8oy1C2K4sozZefQq+Budlb8dx7QR42+ATuvkZA4pZEA61<br>0EE7kyNyeZ80w3FWiUVncdoHKOOzip2uLCNAmLXDzadlo3Z2hwq4FCnA7xcS<br>3qIIT/soDO5rbYOcIHUW6U0e17hHKdl1NSVY0w4H984dZe1AjXxHhavrHjwn<br>6g+/l9XNCLIymn+a/UF+h1L4il9scY7X0+6060VVaJ4LWoZgoYjmLcsLFFZU<br>G7gZ<br>=M4ao<br>-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----<br></div><br></div></body></html>