What tables to create for using SQL capability of MailScanner conf.

Tomáš Kurinec tomb.stoney at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 15:01:54 IST 2012

Oh God THANK YOU Peter!!!

You seems to be only one who really got it. I thought it's obvious what I
meant, but I was probably wrong. Still I can't figure it out.

Please creators of MailScanner the great great, may be the best free mighty
tool. Can you write me the table structure that actually works with
MailScanner? I'm probably stupid, because I can't get it from the manual.
Can you accept my stupidity and write me the table structure? I would be
very thankful and may be even donate your great project!

Many many thanks.

Dňa 5.4.2012 15:43, "Peter Bonivart" <bonivart at opencsw.org> napísal(-a):

> On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 3:11 PM, Joolee <mailscanner at joolee.nl> wrote:
> > Well, if you did read the manual, you'd seen that there is a property
> > called "SQL Debug" you can set to "Yes" to get more information from
> > Mailscanner about the MySQL connection.
> > You tell us MailScanner connected to MySQL properly? In that case, you
> > can tell us what queries your MailScanner sends to MySQL and what
> > answers it receives. How do you know that Mailscanner connects
> > properly and the configured queries give the correct results?
> What he's asking for is to how to set up the database needed, he even
> gives an example of what he wants in his first post. Still people just
> post stuff like RTFM, turn debugging on, read the source, if you don't
> understand it you shouldn't run it and so on.
> I have snapped at people too but I have never seen so many feel
> obliged to reply to this guy without actually helping him the way he
> wants to be helped. If you can't or won't help him why do feel a need
> to tell him so? Can't you just ignore his post?
> If you have figured out how to set up a working database it wouldn't
> be so hard to dump the structure of it so he could import it. Maybe
> someone could post it to a wiki and help the next guy out as well.
> /peter
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