richard at fastnet.co.uk
Tue Feb 23 10:56:34 GMT 2010
>Put your Custom Functions into their own .pm file in
>/usr/local/lib/MailScanner/MailScanner/CustomFunctions and then they
>will always be left alone. All .pm files in that directory will be read
>for Custom Functions.
>On 17/02/2010 09:37, Richard Mealing wrote:
>> Hi Jules,
>> I am running freebsd and when I update MailScanner, this file gets
>> over written - /usr/local/lib/MailScanner/MailScanner/CustomConfig.pm
>> It's not a big pain, but I am using black / white listing by domain
>> and it's a change that needs to be made every time I upgrade.
>> I'm not sure if this can be omitted from an upgrade? I thought I
>> just let you know.
>> Many thanks,
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This is great. Thanks very much for your help, once again. It didn't
work when I copied just the - my $WhitelistDir = 'whatever your dir'
But when I copied the whole rule it works fine and over writes what ever
is in the CustomConfig.pm file.
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