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John Crossan john.crossan at valleypres.org
Thu Feb 3 21:42:25 GMT 2005

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I have MailScanner and Mailwatch for MailScanner running.
We are running MailScanner, SpamAssassin, postfix, ClamAV, and Mailwatch.
I could not use mailwatch to release a message from quarantine today
(February 3)  because it had the same ID as a message received in December.
I had to release it manually. Is there a fix for this?

John Crossan
Systems Administrator
Valley Presbyterian Hospital

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