Viruses being blocked by filename rules, not being picked up
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Mon Dec 4 23:10:36 GMT 2006
Jon Bates spake the following on 12/4/2006 1:44 PM:
> Reni Berber Wrote:
>> Have you tried changing this into "Virus Scanners = clamavmodule". This
>> means something different of what you are using, option clamav uses the
>> lib/clamav-wrapper, clamavmodule uses the perl module (which you may, or
> may not
>> have installed -- `cpan -D Mail::ClamAV` will show if it is installed).
>> Or using the option as you have it, check virus.scanners.conf to see if
>> corresponding line is correct. Also, if you changed the wrapper, see what
>> being executed (clamscan or clamdscan) and what options are used (with
>> the options are passed as parameters, with clamdscan the options are in
>> /etc/clamd.conf). If using clamdscan, see if clamd is running.
>> Reni Berber
> Hmmm.. Well I definitely havent changed the Virus Scanners option. Its
> always been 'clamav'. Clamavmodule isnt even installed, judging by the
> response from the CPAN install (which I cancelled). I could probably change
> it, but this doesn't make sense to me as it was working perfectly before.
> I've also turned on the log for Clamav so I'll see if there is any leads in
> Virus.scanners.conf lists:
> clamav /usr/lib/MailScanner/clamav-wrapper /usr
> clamavmodule /bin/false /tmp
> The /usr/lib/MailScanner/clamav-wrapper file uses clamscan by the looks of
> One setting that I found interesting was Keep Spam And MCP Archive Clean =
> yes. Would this have any bearing on my problem? I don't allow user access to
> archived spam so I might try turning this off.
> Any thoughts?
I didn't see any mention of if the same file can be detected as a virus when
clam is run on the command line.
Does it block an eicar test file if sent through the Mailscanner?
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