John Wilcock john at
Thu May 7 10:36:01 IST 2009

Le 07/05/2009 10:57, Julian Field a écrit :
>> I'm in the process of updating my gentoo ebuild for 4.76.24, and note
>> that there's one new file in the tarball: bin/getPERLLIB.
>> Is this script actually used by MailScanner, or is it just there as a
>> testing tool? (In other words, do I actually need to have the ebuild
>> install it?)
> It's used by the

OK, so I don't need it on gentoo then. Thanks.

>> Also, I made the following request just before you went stable with
>> 4.76, but you didn't reply on the list at the time and I assume it got
>> lost in the noise...
>>> Your update_bad_phishing_sites script stores its working data as a
>>> subdirectory of the quarantine directory, which results in a spurious
>>> "hi/ng/phis" date being reported in MailWatch's list of quarantine
>>> directories, and also requires you to implement a workaround to stop
>>> this subdirectory being deleted by the quarantine cleaning script.
>>> Simply shifting to the SpamAssassin User State Directory instead
>>> would avoid both these problems.
>> Any chance of changing this for a future release?
> And if the SpamAssassin User State Directory is not defined? :)

You could always fall back to the default value of 
/var/spool/MailScanner/spamassassin, just like you currently fall back 
to /var/spool/MailScanner/quarantine :-)


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