Checking SpamAssassin activity?

Matt Kettler mkettler at EVI-INC.COM
Sat Jan 25 01:14:53 GMT 2003

Yes, the dccproc deal is an issue with some versions of razor and perl.
What winds up happening is that certain versions of razor (2.20 and up?)
wind up munging (or, well, completely deleting) the executable path, but
the cause of the path getting whacked seems to be a bug in perl itself.

See  If you care for more detail see:

the razor-users posts under the subject "[Razor-users] [PATH] undefined
reference in razor-agents-2.22" circa 06 Dec 2002

and spamassassin-talk posts under the subject "[SAtalk] DCC" circa 10 Jan 2003

At 12:50 AM 1/25/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>Well, to answer my own question...
> > Peter.Bates at 01/25/03 00:15 AM >>>
> >debug: DCC is not available: dccproc not found
>I found setting 'dcc_path' to the location of the dccproc executable in
>/etc/mail/spamassassin/ (i.e. the local configuration) fixed this, e.g;
>dcc_path        /usr/local/bin/dccproc

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