Problem messages when spam checks enabled

Stephen Cox stephencoxmail at
Tue Nov 6 14:29:00 GMT 2012

On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 3:40 PM, John Wilcock <john at> wrote:

> In fact the part before the dot is the postfix queue file name, which
> IIRC corresponds to the inode number, the length of which depends on the
> filesystem. Mine are 11 hex digits, not 10, for example.
> Changing the regex in the fix to /([\w\d]{9,12}\.[\w\d]{5})/ works for
> me, and at last allows me to run in taint mode, though I'm not sure
> whether that 9 to 12 range is sufficient for all filesystems.

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