Search archives for Package: mailscanner (4.55.10-3) for postfix
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Tue May 26 17:02:59 IST 2009
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On 26/05/2009 16:42, Robert Lopez wrote:
> On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 2:54 AM, Julian Field
> <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
>> On 25/05/2009 22:19, Glenn Steen wrote:
>>> 2009/5/22 Robert Lopez<rlopezcnm at gmail.com>:
>>>> I would like to try out mailscanner on Debian Lenny.
>>>> My senior administrator does not want to try mailscanner on Debian unless
>>>> is using postfix instead of exim4.
>>>> This brings up something I do not know how to do:
>>>> I access MailScanner discussion list via Gmail to read the current email.
>>>> I can use google to find discussions archived at
>>>> It I go directly to http://lists.mailscanner.info/... and sort the lists
>>>> But I can not figure out how to search there for discussion on my current
>>>> Is there a direct way to search the email archives?
>>> 1) Use gmane to do your list serching.
>>> 2) DON'T use that debian package provided... 4.55.10 is severely out
>>> of date. It will likely end you in trouble. You can't fight bleeding
>>> edge SPAM/malware with trailing edge versions;).
>> For starters it won't work with the latest version of ClamAV, unless they
>> have been back-porting changes again.
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> Glenn: Thank you I was not aware of gmane.
> Julian: "For starters it won't work with the latest version of ClamAV, ..."
> I am assuming the "it" you refer to is the debian package 4.55.10. correct?
> How far back must I go with ClamAV? It looks like the current is
> 0.95.1, would I go back to 0.95.0 or earlier?
Something earlier than 0.94, so 0.93 would be the latest that will be
supported by a MailScanner that old.
And I strongly suspect the current ClamAV signatures won't work
correctly with 0.93 any more, they don't tend to support more than one
or two previous versions on the whole.
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