Workaround for MailScanner RPM installation when using 'Perl from source'

Alex Neuman alex at
Thu Oct 6 00:20:22 IST 2005

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Kai Schaetzl wrote:
> Philip Hachey wrote on         Tue, 4 Oct 2005 16:26:49 -0400:
>> There is an additional problem I've noticed that, after having used CPAN 
>> to grab the latest version of various Perl modules, MailScanner will still 
>> install a lower version: those modules marked "IsABundle" in 
>> Is this intentional?  Should I not be upgrading these modules via CPAN?
> If you do know you have "everything onboard" simply install "rpm -uvh 
> --nodeps" the MailScanner rpm and nothing else!
> Kai
And if you're still in doubt, perl -MCPAN -e 'install 
whatever::isneeded' when if MailScanner complains or if you want to 
really make sure.

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