[Spambayes] Multiple User Configuration .
hsmith at bpu.com
Fri Apr 30 11:59:08 EDT 2004
I finally broke down at Christmas time and bought W2K machines for
my teenagers, I also got the M$oft Office 2003 for Educators and Students
with a sufficient number of bundled licenses for the machines, and it comes
with Outlook 2003. So I have a W2K peer-to-peer network at home.
All of us have logins to the main machine (mine) but the teens only
have power user logins. That machine is the only one connected to the net,
and that is by dial-up. I'm running the VComm System Suite 5.02 package
with the bundled Trend AV and Sygate Firewall. Internet connection sharing
is disable and will never be enabled if I have my way.
I've set their Outlook profiles up on the net connected machine to
use a PST file on a share on each of their machines over the home
peer-to-peer. They are only supposed to use the main machine to retrieve
their mail, then log off the net, and the main machine and then read their
mail on their own machines. If they need to send mail, it is composed on
their machines, they log off of that machine and then logon to the main
machine, connect and then send.
We use sub-accounts on SBC-Yahoo, which the main machine grabs via
POP3 and sends via SMTP. This all works like a champ.
However, what I'd like to know is the best way to configure
Spambayes in this environment. A single instance on the main machine,
instances on each machine? OL2003 issues to work with?
Your considered advice is appreciated.
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