change %org-name% in multiple values?
walt at onlinemarketingguild.com
Mon Sep 12 19:50:31 UTC 2016
Okay, but if so, now I'm confused about the note that says, "Instead of
making changes directly to this file, you should put your configuration
options in your own file in /usr/mailscanner/etc/conf.d/. Example file:
So if I'm changing variables directly in MailScanner.conf, what should I
be putting in /usr/mailscanner/etc/conf.d/my_settings.conf?
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email: walt at onlinemarketingguild.com
On 9/12/2016 3:46 PM, Jerry Benton wrote:
> That is correct because of the order the files are read.
> MailScanner.conf is read first. If you change %org-name% (a variable)
> in your conf.d/ then that setting will be read, but you will need to
> redefine other values that use it because they will already be defined
> using the orignal value.
> In the case of %variables% it is easier to change them in MailScanner.conf.
> Jerry Benton
> +1 - 844-436-6245
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Walt Thiessen via MailScanner <mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info>
> Reply: MailScanner Discussion <mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info>
> Date: September 12, 2016 at 3:39:07 PM
> To: MailScanner Discussion <mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info>
> Cc: Walt Thiessen <walt at onlinemarketingguild.com>
> Subject: change %org-name% in multiple values?
>> I'm just now updating to version 5.0.3-7, and I noticed in your Read Me
>> file in /usr/mailscanner/etc/conf.d that, "If you change the value of a
>> %variable% then you must redefine all the settings that use that
>> %variable% here, as the %variable% substitutions are done when the files
>> are initially read, not later when settings are looked up when
>> MailScanner is processing messages."
>> I count 16 instances where %org-name% is used in MailScanner.conf. Does
>> this mean that I have to substitute the value for %org-name% for all 16
>> entries in order to change the %org-name%?
>> Walt Thiessen
>> Online Marketing Guild LLC
>> 34 Alan Drive
>> Weatogue, CT 06089
>> phone: 860-264-5432
>> cell: 860-712-8168
>> email: walt at onlinemarketingguild.com
>> On 9/10/2016 12:30 PM, Tracy Greggs wrote:
>>> I'm sure there is some logical reason for this change, but I preferred the
>>> previous behavior as well.
>>> In the end, not a big deal either way.
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: MailScanner
>>> [mailto:mailscanner-bounces+mailscanner-list=okla.com at lists.mailscanner.info
>>> ] On Behalf Of Mark Sapiro
>>> Sent: Saturday, September 10, 2016 11:16 AM
>>> To: mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info
>>> Subject: Re: MailScanner 5.0.3 does not start MTA
>>> On 09/10/2016 07:29 AM, Thom van der Boon wrote:
>>>> After upgrading when you start MailScanner the postfix MTA (both
>>>> incoming and outgoing) is not started by MailScanner. Tested it with
>>>> the sendmail and sendmail does not start as well.
>>> This is intentional. With MailScanner v5 it is expected that the MTA (MTAs
>>> in the sendmail case) will be started and stopped independently of
>> MailScanner mailing list
>> mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info
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