SpamCheck is an email scanning and quarantine system for Linux systems. Making use of a number of Open Source technologies, including SpamAssassin, Exim and MySQL, it provides an easy to use, but powerful method to filter email for your domain.

SpamCheck is Copyright (c) 2008-2011 Blane Bramble and DMGi and released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3.0


Before you install SpamCheck you will need to ensure that a number of required packages are already installed and configured. Installation instructions for a number of common distributions will be provided below.

RedHat / CentOS 5.x

SpamCheck is developed for CentOS 5.x and this is currently the preferred platform for installation. Installation instructions for Centos 5.x

Ubuntu Server 9.10

SpamCheck has been installed on Ubuntu Server 9.10 using the following instructions. Installation instructions for Ubuntu Server 9.10

What's New

Version 0.6.11 - 10th March 2011

Version 0.6.11 has a number of fixes to the auto-generated email, fixing the text portion of the MIME email

Version 0.6.9 - 19th April 2010

Version 0.6.9 has been updated to support Ubuntu Server 9.10. Other fixes include the DB version check for initial install. Check directory existance on QUARANTINE::filelist(). Various installer fixes and removal of a divide by zero error in the web interface if no email statistics exist.

Version 0.6.8 - 16th April 2010

Version 0.6.8 has just been released. Changes since 0.6.6 include a change to the web interface so emails without a subject can be selected, and an update to the way quarantine and block scores are treated so that users with the domain default flag set will always use the current scores for the domain.


If you need to contact the developers, please send an e-mail to spamcheck at lyzard dot net

SpamCheck is developed by Blane Bramble