MailScanner/Postfix/Logwatch heads up

Julian Field MailScanner at
Sun Apr 26 10:13:30 IST 2009

On 25/04/2009 23:23, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 04:30:18PM +0100, Julian Field wrote:
>> To save you work, I have found a better way of solving the Postfix
>> problem without adding the "P" so this won't be necessary in the new
>> beta I'm just about to publish. 4.76.20 will hit the streets in a couple
>> of minutes.
> I have installed 4.76.20 with the
>       $sth->bind_param(1, "$id", SQL_VARCHAR);
>       $sth->execute();
> change to I am sad to report it doesn't work.
Bother. :-(
And I tried it out too, and it worked for me.
I'm going to add a letter in the range A-F instead of P, so that the 
MailWatch regexp doesn't need changing. I'm sure 'A' will work around 
the problem just as well as 'P' did, and has no consequences.
> I have a residual entry already
> # MailScanner --processing=0
> Currently being processed:
> Number of messages: 1
> Tries   Message Next Try At
> =====   ======= ===========
> 1       28356690403.09691       Sat Apr 25 15:05:00 2009
> #
> I am going to add the 'P' back at least temporarily.


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