Ubuntu (debian-unstable) + Mailscanner + Postfix
TristanRhodes at WEBER.EDU
Wed Apr 13 20:22:52 IST 2005
Thank you Peter, Drew, and Julian for your help.
As Drew said, this was caused by Razor placing a file in the queue
directory. I needed to edit the
"/etc/MailScanner/spam.assassin.prefs.conf" file and add a line that
(Ubuntu 5.04 does not have a "/var/spool/MailScanner/spamassassin"
directory, but it does have "/var/lib/Mailscanner" directory that
contains the Bayes database.)
Everything appears to be working correctly without any errors. Great
to have such a talented and friendly mailing list.
P.S. Installing Razor is as easy as typing "apt-get install razor".
>>> drew at THEMARSHALLS.CO.UK 04/13/05 12:29 AM >>>
Peter Russell wrote:
> You need to install razor properly. Its a buggar.
> But temporarily make your postfix account so you can log in with it,
> switch to it and then create razor, then change the conf file to log
> I am sure there is an easier way but i dont know it :)
In spam.assassin.prefs.conf just add
and that will set razor to log to .razor in that directory (Or indeed
where ever you wish it to set it's home directory to). It's only
MS runs as the user postfix, who happens to have it's home directory
/var/spool/postfix so drops it's log file in the queue directory,
Postfix doesn't like.
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