Silent virus list, was: Palyh-A virus

Julian Field mailscanner at
Tue May 20 09:06:15 IST 2003

At 23:04 19/05/2003, you wrote:
> > Make the "languages.conf" entry point to a ruleset instead of just to
> >the
> >file. Set up 2 different languages.conf files in the ruleset, like
> >this:
> >FromOrTo:       123.456.
> >/etc/MailScanner/reports/en/internal.languages.conf
> >FromOrTo:       default
> >/etc/MailScanner/reports/en/languages.conf
> >
> >Then change the "NoticeSubject" entry in internal.languages.conf.
> >
> >Should do exactly what you need.
>Hmmm, can't seem to get this to work (I'm running 4.14-9 at the moment -
>is this something that only works in later versions?)
>Initially I got errors saying it couldn't check destination IP so I
>changed FromOrTo: to From: which shut that message up, but for some
>reason it won't read the strings from the (unchanged) languages.conf
>file or the modified one, despite the logs indicating that it is looking
>at the correct file.  Heres a few examples of the logged errors...
>Looked up unknown string notspam in language translation file
>Looked up unknown string spam in language translation file
>Looked up unknown string required in language translation file
>As far as I can tell its not managing to look up any strings.  I've
>checked and double checked the paths and either I'm blind or daft or
>something is broken (I'm quite willing to accept any of those thre
>My lines in MailScanner.conf
>#Language Strings = /etc/MailScanner/reports/bmrb-custom/languages.conf
>Language Strings = /etc/MailScanner/rules/languages.conf.rules
>From: 10.0./etc/MailScanner/reports/bmrb-custom/languages.conf.internal
>From: default   /etc/MailScanner/reports/bmrb-custom/languages.conf
>I haven't changed languages.conf at all, it works fine when selected
>directly in MS.conf but not when called through a ruleset.

You are missing a space after "10.0.", and it's possible I may have fixed
this since then, I have sorted out a few languages.conf problems.
Julian Field
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