Help - New version not storing spam in quarantine

Res res at
Tue Nov 28 07:14:41 GMT 2006

On Tue, 28 Nov 2006, Gordon Colyn wrote:

> ok, thanks.
> Where do I  rm the sylink ?

If you are useing the source rollback is as simple as
cd /opt
rm MailScanner
ln -s MailScanner-last-stable-version/ MailScanner

and restarting MS of course :)

RPM can't not be done this way because it doesn't use this method,
useing the tarball is far more efficient, dead simple for 
upgrades and emergency rollbacks and most importantly backups, all taking 
literally only a few seconds. Even on my RPM based machines I use 

> I think I missed this when I tried to roll back, so previous version is
> doing the same...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Res" <res at>
> To: "MailScanner discussion" <mailscanner at>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 8:34 AM
> Subject: Re: Help - New version not storing spam in quarantine
> On Tue, 28 Nov 2006, Gordon Colyn wrote:
>> ITNT Banner CampaignI have just upgraded to 4.57.4.  All went well and I
>> upgraded the conf files, but now none of the spam is being stored, it is
>> being delivered.
>> How do I sort this out?
> Please see other existing thread, this is a beta release oly and there
> will be a fix soon enough, so if you installed this on a production
> machine, tst tst :)  But if so, an advantage of using the source package
> just stop MS, rm the sylink and recreate it to the current stable.
>> Regards
>> Gordon Colyn
>> InTheNet Technologies
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