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On 6 Oct 2005, at 00:41, Scott Silva wrote:
> Alex Neuman spake the following on 10/5/2005 4:18 PM:
>> Scott Silva wrote:
>>> Scott Silva spake the following on 10/5/2005 2:44 PM:
>>>> I have two mostly identical systems, but one has recently stopped
>>>> hitting the SURBL hits in spamassassin.
>>>> I re-installed spamassasin, and diffed the configs between the two
>>>> systems, but can't find the problem.
>>>> I can lint a test message on the non-working spamassassin and the
>>>> SURBL's hit.
>>>> My next try is to re-install Net::DNS.
>>>> Any other ideas?
>>>> MailScanner is latest stable
>>>> Spamassassin 3.1.0
>>>> ClamAV 0.87
>>>> All installed from Julian's tarball.
>>> Now I have;
>>> Can't locate object method "check_uridnsbl" via package
>>> Not sure what module is hosed.
>> Whenever I've had problems like that I look up all the modules
>> that are
>> required by every part (spamassassin, mailscanner, etc.) and perl -
>> -e 'install Whatever::Module' one by one.
> Whatever hosed this system seemed to happen at the upgrade to
> spamassassin 3.1.0.
> I'll have to hack at it again tomorrow.
You haven't got 2 perls installed have you? Just a thought. You might
be installing some of it into the wrong one.
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