v5 and RHEL
walt at onlinemarketingguild.com
Tue Nov 22 15:07:40 UTC 2016
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On 11/22/2016 9:52 AM, Jerry Benton wrote:
> What mailscanner front end?
> Jerry Benton
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> On Nov 22, 2016, at 07:46, Walt Thiessen via MailScanner
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> <mailto:mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info>> wrote:
>> Hi Jerry,
>> We installed v5 on my new CentOS7 server running Cpanel in September,
>> and we did have issues. At the time, I wondered the same thing about
>> whether there were modules that didn't install properly.
>> I don't know everything that my admins did, although they did
>> reinstall MailScanner for me.
>> However, I do not know to what extent perl scripts may have been
>> involved, if at all. Sorry, but that's the best info I have.
>> I do know that we ended up running into a Redhat bug that prevented
>> logging from properly occurring in MailScanner, which also impacted
>> our attempts to get the MailScanner Front End working properly as
>> well. The folks at Configserver ultimately ended up helping us by
>> identifying the bug and recommending a fix. This doesn't seem
>> directly related to what you're seeing, but maybe it will prove
>> helpful to you anyway.
>> On 11/21/2016 11:49 PM, Jerry Benton wrote:
>>> I noticed some odd behavior on a server I was looking at today. It seems that some of the perl modules were having problems from what may be conflicts. Has anyone installed the v5 package and seen any issues on RHEL? How about CentOS? This may be related to installing missing modules via CPAN.
>>> Jerry Benton
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