On Fri, 11 Aug 2000, Steve Creel wrote:
> You could install metamail, but from what I have seen and heard, reformime
> seems to be a better choice. Any reason in particular that you don't want
Please read README.metamail and README.reformime and the two AMaViS
Security Announcements mentioned in these files!
Note: A new maildrop package was released around July, 30. So, no need to
patch reformime (as described in README.reformime) anymore. ./configure
(the one in our CVS server) is able to detected, if reformime below 1.1 is
used. If yes, it shows a warning.
And, btw, as Steve said, simply copying reformime to /usr/local/bin (or
whatever) is sufficent, so there's no need to install maildrop completly
via make install.
Rainer Link, SuSE GmbH, eMail: link@..., Web: http://www.suse.de
Developer of A Mail Virus Scanner (AMaViS): http://amavis.org/
Founder of Linux AntiVirus Project: http://lavp.sourceforge.net/