After using ESVA for a long time the ESVA project died, a few restarts were attempted by the community but none of them really got through, because we were in need of a new spam filter we had build our own spam filter using just open-source tools, after a while we decided to create a virtual-machine and release the build script we used for the community to enjoy, this has become eFa
If you don't want to spend hours and hours to configure your own spam filter or want to spend allot of money on a comercial spam filter then eFa is a good alternative. The downloadable virtual machine is a 'out-of-the-box' working spam filter that should protect your mail server to almost all spam.
If you want a complete out-of-the-box-product, then you can choose for one of the many commercial products. However, if you are looking for a open-source out-of-the-box-product, eFa is one of its kind.
eFa is an joined project by volunteers, you can contact us using the forums or on IRC: chat.freenode.net channel: #efa-project.
See firewall ports.
If you receive the error: operation failed with error code ‘32784’ then you are importing to an ‘old’ hyper-v version.
Importing from newer versions is not supported by Hyper-V.
The workaround is to create a new VM and use the hard-disk from the zip file. Make sure you create an VM with the following hardware:
See Setup Guide.
Sadly no, due to the huge amount of changes/upgrades etc it is not possible to upgrade ESVA to eFa
However, some tools are available to migrate from ESVA to eFa
Sadly no, as eFa 3 is based on a completely different setup there is no upgrade path possible.
eFa 0.3 was based on Debian and the Baruwa 1.x web interface, sadly Baruwa decided to stop development on Baruwa 1.x and move on to an new system. We tried to implement the new Baruwa interface but lots of request came in for the MailWatch interface, for that reason we decided to stop using Baruwa and move over to an completely new setup based on MailWatch.