Bug#529358: mailscanner: MailScanner dies an ugly death when
using perl 5.10.0-22
MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Tue May 26 16:00:27 IST 2009
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On 20/05/2009 22:51, Simon Walter wrote:
> On Wed, 20 May 2009 16:54:59 +0300
> Gerasimos Melissaratos<gmelis72 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 3:35 PM, Simon Walter
>> <simon.walter at hp-factory.de> wrote:
>>> There is also a problem when using clamavd, it crash and complains
>>> about missing permission for lstat on the unpacked mail, no matter
>>> how I configure "Incoming Work User/Group/Permission".
>> That's an easy one, just change the antivirus from "auto" to "clamav"
>> in MailScanner.conf and
> ... you have disabled clamd usage, using clamav as standalone scanner
> and lost a considerable amount of processing performance.
> It's a workaround but not a solution.
In the MailScanner.conf file, I specifically tell you (in *2* different
places) exactly what to set for the Incoming Work User, Group, and
Permission in this exact scenario. I followed the same instructions
myself setting up clamd for someone, it all works just fine.
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