MailScanner 4.37.7, postfix 2.1.5: hash_queue_names

Robert Waldner waldner at WALDNER.PRIV.AT
Sun Feb 13 00:04:21 GMT 2005

On Sat, 12 Feb 2005 22:04:14 GMT, Drew Marshall writes:
>>Feb 12 18:02:42 newka MailScanner[16463]: Messages found but no hashed
>> queue directories. Please enable hashed queues for incoming and
>> deferred with a depth of 1 or 2. See the Postfix documentation for
>> hash_queue_names and hash_queue_depth
>>although I've set
>>hash_queue_depth = 1
>>hash_queue_names = deferred defer incoming
>>in postfix'

>Check your /var/spool/postfix directory, I would think you have a razor
>log (I think it's called .razor.log) file living in there, which is what
>causes this complaint. You need to specify in spam.assassin.prefs the
>log location. It's been discussed before so the SpamAssassin command is
>in the archive (Sorry don't know it off the top of my head ;-) )

That was it, thanks! (For the record, here, on Debian, it sufficed to
 tell it via /etc/razor/razor-agent.conf.)

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