help installing on COBALT RAQ
jkf at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Tue May 14 17:31:25 IST 2002
Do a search on google for "raqfaq" and you should find an installation
guide written by the UK2Net RAQ community. It's to do with the odd
filesystem layout that RAQs have.
At 17:11 14/05/2002, you wrote:
>I have a RAQ4i running RedHat Linux 6.
>I get the following error when starting the mailscanner:
> >>Starting MailScanner: /var/spool/mqueue.in and /var/spool/mqueue
> must be on the
> >> me filesystem/partition! at /usr/local/MailScanner/bin/logger.pl
> line 60.
>The problem is /var/spool/mqueue is a SL to /home/spool/mqueue are not on
>How do I go about changing this in mailscanner??
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>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Rajesh Fowkar" <rajesh-shriram at GMX.NET>
>To: <MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>
>Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2002 4:28 PM
>Subject: Re: scanning of messages received using fetchmail - followup
> > On 14/05/02 at 09:07 - Peter Peters said in public:
> > >On Wed, 15 May 2002 00:03:16 +0000, you wrote:
> > >
> > >>As you can see, it is going as postmaster at debian.home ( here
> debian.home is
> > >>a fictitous domain name on my home machine ). Due to this sendmail is not
> > >>sending the mail to the actual sender but bounces back.
> > >
> > >Have you changed mailscanner.conf to show the correct postmaster
> > >address:
> > ># Set email address of who to notify about any infections found.
> > ># Should put your full domain name here too,
> > ># e.g. postmaster at your.domain.com
> > >Local Postmaster = postmaster at utwente.nl
> > This part is OK in my mailscanner.conf. Since I am getting the mails sent
> > to postmaster at debian.home which is my local machine. I am sending mail
> > using isp's smarthost.
> > My problem is when the mail is sent to the person who has sent the virus
> > infected mail. The mail is sent by postmaster at debian.home which is not sent
> > since debian.home is not a valid domain on the net. As a result the mail
> > which is sent to the person who has sent the virus mail is not delivered.
> > If I change my local domain from debian.home to say goatelecom.com than
> > yes the mail will be sent as From : postmaster at goatelecom.com which will go
> > through. However any mail sent to goatelecom.com will be returned back
> > since I will be specifying goatelecom.com as the local domain :-). See that
> > also I cannot do. Somehow any way there to specify From : address as say
> > rajesh at goatelecom.com, since if that person replies to my mail than I will
> > receive his reply.
> > Thanks for all the replies. Hope I am clear in putting across my problem.
> > Peace
> > --
> > Rajesh * rajesh at symonds.net * http://www.symonds.net/~rajesh/
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