The following two patches should fix the two issues
* tnef 0.13 changed the help page, so the detection if the installed
tnef is the one von Mark Simpsons fails.
* tnef files are not handled at all.
Copy configure.in.patch in the root directory of the AMaViS 0.2.1-pre3
source directory and scanmails.in.patch into src/scanmails/.
Don't forget to call ./reconf from the root directory of the source
tree for re-creating configure. If configure and/or make does not work
correctly afterwards, please read BUGS.
Rainer Link | SuSE - The Linux Experts
link@... | Developer of A Mail Virus Scanner (amavis.org)
http://www.suse.de | Founder Linux AntiVirus Project (lavp.sourceforge.net)
From: Peter Huetmannsberger <huetmann@si...> - 2000-10-02 12:28:33
I have been using AMaViS for a week or so now, and a number of problems
have cropped up.
One is taht the smartlist mailinglist programm can't deliver mails any
longer, I had to make the spool directories world writable to allow the
mailing list program to deliver mails. Before that the spool directories
belonged to root:root and it worked fine.
Any idea what I may have wrong for that to appear?
The other problem is the following and I remember reading something about
it, but can't find it any more.
I get the following message back from the mailer:
----- Transcript of session follows -----
554 b.mair@... Cannot send 8-bit data to 7-bit destination
501 b.mair@... Data format error
Any idea what I need to change for that. This is rather urgent.
The mhonarc program worked fine too, but now I had to change the
permissions for the webdirectory as not the user is the one who starts the
programs but "daemon" seems to do it all now. Only when I give daemon the
write to write in the directory does mhonarc deliver the works.
I have noticed that ever since I use AMaViS mail does not seem to be
delivered by the person who sends it, but by the daemon. Is that the way
it is supposed to be?
I seemt o have broken rather a lot after installing amavis and it is
rather a pain.
Please help, if you can!