Julian Field MailScanner at
Sun Sep 10 10:38:41 IST 2006

These are both in the libwww-perl bundle, which I think should be 
already installed on modern Perl systems.

If you haven't got them, the use CPAN to install the libwww-perl bundle.

Mark Nienberg wrote:
> I downloaded and ran the latest install-Clam-SA today as both my 
> Clamav and SpamAssassin were slightly out of date.  I noticed that 
> when Spamassassin was being built it complained that
> LWP::UserAgent and
> HTTP::Date
> were not installed so the sa-update feature would not function.  
> Should these modules be added to the install script or should I 
> install them myself? I am not using sa-update anyway (at least not 
> knowingly), but maybe I should be?
> Also, I had previously consolidated all of the various 
> /etc/mail/spamassassin/*.pre files into a single init.pre.  I was 
> surprised that the install script created new V310.pre and V312.pre 
> files.
> Mark Nienberg

Julian Field
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