mailscanner & freebsd
rafalek at RAFI.PL.EU.ORG
Thu Feb 12 10:42:29 GMT 2004
I use standard configuration files. My relay=local in maillog. I havn't
got user database (I store it in passwd file). I only change things
included in MS documentation files. All other is standard settings. I even
don't know if I've got chroot jail (because I don't know how to do it).
On Thu, 12 Feb 2004, Drew Marshall wrote:
> Rafa³ Janas said:
> > If sou configure it correctly could sou send me your configuration files
> > like: mailscanner.conf, main.cf (from postfix & postfix.in) and tell me
> > what
> > you change in article about installing it on postfix in documentation
> > www.mailscanner.info?
> I can't do that now, too much to do and not in the right place, but I'll
> have a look tonight. What is your set up? Are you using Postfix as a
> gateway and relaying to another local machine? How are you controling your
> user database? Mine is not quite a conventional set up (I use a single
> Postfix instance with MySQL database driven user and virtual user setup)
> which does make it more difficult for me just to 'cut and paste' my
> main.cf file (But not impossible!).
> > rafalek at rafi.pl.eu.org
> > thank you
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: MailScanner mailing list [mailto:MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On
> > Behalf
> > Of Martin Hepworth
> > Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 10:26 AM
> > To: MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
> > Subject: Re: mailscanner & freebsd
> > Drew Marshall wrote:
> >> Martin Hepworth said:
> >>>Rafal Janas wrote:
> >>>>Is someone try to start mailscanner with postfix on freebsd 5.1 or
> >>>there are people running 5.1 and postfix with MS. Have a look in the
> >>>list archives
> >>>BUT, remember the 5.x series are still considered UNSTABLE and should be
> >>>treated as such IMHO.
> >> Indeed and I am successfully running Postfix, MailScanner on FreeBSD
> >> 5.2(!) although it's not a high volume server, I haven't (He says
> >> touching
> >> the most timber like thing he can find!) had any problems.
> >> Drew
> > Drew
> > Well seeing as though 5.2.1 is due out soon, as they broke quite a few
> > things in 5.2, I'd be be ready for the upgrade.
> > --
> > Martin Hepworth
> > Snr Systems Administrator
> > Solid State Logic
> > Tel: +44 (0)1865 842300
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