/bin/cat: : No such file or directory

Desai, Jason jase at SENSIS.COM
Wed Jan 29 18:35:55 GMT 2003

Just a thought, but does the full directory path where you store spam
contain any spaces or other strange characters?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Anderson [mailto:billa at STERLING.NET]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 5:41 PM
> Subject: [MAILSCANNER] /bin/cat: : No such file or directory
> I posted a message awhile back to deal with a problem message
> that keeps
> popping up on my console.  I was given a bunch of great ideas
> on where to
> look, however, I could never find the problem.  Shortly
> thereafter, the
> messages went away (that was a little spooky).
> However, the messages are back, but this time I found out
> where they are
> coming from.  I get these messages whenever is use the
> "store" option for
> caught spam.  I am not quarantineing (if there is such a
> word) any viruses,
> but I did turn "store" back on for some domains.  Here is my
> Mailscanner.conf file:
> Spam Actions = /etc/MailScanner/rules/strlg.spam.actions.rules
> Here is my strlg.spam.actions.rules file:
> To:     domain.com      bounce store
> To:     another.com     bounce store
> If I remove the "store" option, the messages go away.  Oh
> yeah, here is what
> the message is:
> /bin/cat: : No such file or directory
> It seems everytime I get the message, another message is
> dropped in the
> quarantine directory.

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