What else can be done?

Martin Hepworth maxsec at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 21:24:01 GMT 2011


you don't to alter the wrapper code at all, just change the mailScanner.conf
config to say clamd rather than clam. Read config file about this and also
how you need to alter the group settings etc to cope with clamd so the clamd
user can see the mail files.

start from item 6 here to give you a starting point for what you need to do.


Martin Hepworth
Oxford, UK

On 11 March 2011 20:14, Danilo Marques de Gouveia <dm.gouveia at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi Guys,
> Hope someone could help me 'cause I searched the list and I didn't find an
> answer.
> I'm running a Ubuntu server 10.10 with Postfix 2.7.1 with
> MailScanner 4.79.11, ClamAV 0.96, SpamAssassin and MailWatch.
> It started when I realized that clamAV wasn't doing the job correctly, then
> I moved my configs back to clamscan instead of using clamdscan. I don't know
> why but when I change the clamav-wrapper to clamdscan the clamav "check the
> message"but didn't recognize any virus, anyway this is not the biggest
> problem.
> When I moved the configs back (only the config into the wrapper) when any
> 'suspect message' arrive in my network (can be a .chm or .com for example)
> the recipient is not receiving the warning which says were his file was
> archived !!!
> What is saving me for a while now is the mailwatch that advise me when a
> email with virus or suspected file arrive, however my customers are not
> receiving that notification anymore and before I moved the wrapper config it
> was working perfectly.
> A bit about my MailScanner.conf
> Deliver Cleaned Messages = yes
> I just realize that my postfix maybe have a problem because I got the error
> below into the mail.log
>  mike postfix/error[12214]: 70922280BE8: to=<fakemail at mydomain.com>,
> relay=none, delay=17599, delays=17598/0.23/0/0.15, dsn=4.3.0,
> status=deferred (mail transport unavailable)
> Any ideas? I'm running a postfix relay server, postmap is up to date and I
> have a transport file indicating the server that those messages need to be
> routed.
> Thanks all,
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> Danilo Marques de Gouveia
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