Anit-Phishing v2.00 suggestion
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Thu Jun 18 09:04:37 IST 2009
Good point. Fixed.
On 17/06/2009 12:20, Anthony Peacock wrote:
> Hi Julian,
> These work fine, but I think I may have given you a bum steer about
> the default value that $wget_location should have. I gave you my
> location, but I think for most Linux distros the location would be:
> It might more sense to have the default set to that and let weirdos
> like me make the changes rather than have the majority of users having
> to make changes...
> Julian Field wrote:
>> All done. Thanks for the suggestions!
>> On 17/06/2009 11:12, Anthony Peacock wrote:
>>> Hi Julian,
>>> Installed your updated script yesterday, worked fine after adjusting
>>> the paths as suggested. Failed to run as a cron job because my wget
>>> is not on the restricted path the cron provides.
>>> I know this is easily fixed in other ways, but it seems to me that
>>> this would be easy to add as a config line at the top of the script:
>>> wget_location = '/usr/local/bin/wget';
>>> or somesuch. The other thing that I need to change is the command
>>> to restart MailScanner as I use '/etc/init.d/mailscanner restart'.
>>> Again, this is not a major problem for me to find and fix, but it
>>> seems like this would be a fairly simple config as wel...
>>> mailscanner_restart = '/sbin/service MailScanner reload';
>>> Just an idea...
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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