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Tue Dec 19 09:49:19 GMT 2006
On Tue, Dec 19, 2006 at 09:06:40AM +0000, Martin Hepworth wrote:
> Mail Scanner wrote:
> >I have been using MailScanner for a while now. Never really had a problem
> >with spam before now. It has now started to appear. I think read a lot
> >of different howto's. I run the command and got the following
> >MailScanner --debug --debug-sa --lint
> >Read 747 hostnames from the phishing whitelist
> >MailScanner setting GID to (89)
> >MailScanner setting UID to (89)
> >Checking for SpamAssassin errors (if you use it)...
> >Using SpamAssassin results cache
> >Connected to SpamAssassin cache database
> >pyzor: check failed: internal error
> >SpamAssassin reported no errors.
> >As you can see there is a pyzor error. When I run the pyzor ping I get
> >the following result.
> >184.108.40.206:24441 (200, 'OK')
> >Can some one please give me some more ideas of where to look for the
> There's been issues with pyzor for months, bandwidth issues/timeouts, no
> updates to the DB developer not responding to offers of help etc etc..
> I find it still usefule for some of the 'older' spam but I recommend you
> look at razor2 and DCC as something thats actually updated...
> Martin Hepworth
> Senior Systems Administrator
I have both razor2 and DCC installed. This is the first time I have tried to get spam filtering to work. Maybe I should start from scratch. Does any one know of a good how to so I can get all this working on a Centos Server.
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