drew.marshall at technologytiger.net
Tue Aug 5 11:38:23 IST 2008
On 5 Aug 2008, at 10:44, Martin.Hepworth wrote:
> Most the timeouts are usually down the DNS issues or bayes. I'd
> check you're bayes is OK and..
> 1) you've got a local caching name-server on the machine in
> question, this can make a huge difference even if you've got sub-
> milisecond latency to the actual DNS host.
> 2) you're only running a select few RBL's and URI-RBL's within SA
> (give all others a zero score in spam.assassin.prefs.conf).
Bayes should be ok, it's on SQL with a copy held locally. DNS recursor
is on the box and in use. The only thing I have still got in place is
all the standard RBLs & URI-RBLs. However they don't seem to be the
issue. When I manage to capture a suspect message and run it back
through manually SA chokes at 'Running body tests' (Or at least that's
the last line it prints before it times out) so I am keen to grab a
selection of messages to see what, if any thing they have in common.
In line with our policy, this message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous
content by Technology Tiger's Mail Launder system <www.mail-launder.com>
Our email policy can be found at www.technologytiger.net/policy
Technology Tiger Limited is registered in Scotland with registration number: 310997
Registered Office 55-57 West High Street Inverurie AB51 3QQ
More information about the MailScanner