Re: [vchkpw] Mail delivered to postmaster account

2004-09-15 Thread Martin Kong
I just sent an email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and saw that it had the following DTLINE header: Delivered-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] vdelivermail had to have added that, because qmail-local doesn't write the Delivered-To or Return-Path headers when passing to a program delivery, it supplies them

Re: [vchkpw] Mail delivered to postmaster account

2004-09-15 Thread Tom Collins
On Sep 14, 2004, at 9:44 PM, Jeremy Kitchen wrote: I apologize for my first statement, I wasn't aware that vpopmail was actually adding delivered-to headers now. It has for some time, it's only recently (within the past year) that it was updated to rewrite the header to simply show the email

Re: [vchkpw] Qmail ignores sqwebmail

2004-09-15 Thread michele
Yes! That was the solution! The symlink to sendmail was incorrect! THANKS - Original Message - From: Jeremy Kitchen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2004 5:44 PM Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Qmail ignores sqwebmail On Tuesday 14 September 2004 09:32 am,

[vchkpw] How to recreate .dir-control file?

2004-09-15 Thread Vadim Guchenko
Hello, I have deleted .dir-control file in some virtual domain directory. When I add new user by vadduser command, .dir-control is recreated but vdominfo shows that only one user exists in the virtual domain. How to recreate .dir-control file with consideration of existing users and existing

RE: [vchkpw] Announcement: simscan devel version 1.0.3 available

2004-09-15 Thread shadowplay.net
tested on our dev box... redhat 9 netqmail 1.04 spamassassin clamav make runs well install is easy just a small problem I get a 451 unable to exec qq (#4.3.0) error when attempting to deliver mail I don't think I have set the env correctly... what is wrong with this

RE: [vchkpw] Announcement: simscan devel version 1.0.3 available

2004-09-15 Thread Bastiaan van der Put
Probably the user running qmail, and user rights to exec simscan. Had the same. Bas At 20:20 9/15/2004, you wrote: tested on our dev box... redhat 9 netqmail 1.04 spamassassin clamav make runs well install is easy just a small problem I get a 451 unable to exec qq (#4.3.0) error when

[vchkpw] Clamd Scan

2004-09-15 Thread Matt Hoppes
Hi, I'm trying to get the qmailmrtg7 script to log clamd... however I can not get clamd to log via multilog.. where do I start?

Re: [vchkpw] Clamd Scan

2004-09-15 Thread Rick Macdougall
Matt Hoppes wrote: Hi, I'm trying to get the qmailmrtg7 script to log clamd... however I can not get clamd to log via multilog.. where do I start? Hi, in the clamav.conf file set Logfile /dev/stdout The setup your multilog logging as normal. Regards, Rick

Re: [vchkpw] Announcement: simscan devel version 1.0.3 available

2004-09-15 Thread Ken Jones
Maybe there should be an option to pick which user to run simscan as. The default would be simscan, which seems to work if the smtp server runs as root. But if it runs as a different user it might not be able to kick off a setuid simscan process. I'll look into it. Ken On Wednesday 15 September

RE: [vchkpw] Announcement: simscan devel version 1.0.3 available

2004-09-15 Thread shadowplay.net
think I have set the env correctly... what is wrong with this qmail-smtp run file ??? (fyi tring it without the vpopmail components for now) that it cant run the qmailq __ NOD32 1.870 (20040915) Information __ This message was checked by NOD32 antivirus system

Re: [vchkpw] Announcement: simscan devel version 1.0.3 available

2004-09-15 Thread Ken Jones
it without the vpopmail components for now) that it cant run the qmailq __ NOD32 1.870 (20040915) Information __ This message was checked by NOD32 antivirus system. http://www.nod32.com

Re: [vchkpw] Clamd Scan

2004-09-15 Thread Eduardo M. Bragatto
Rick Macdougall wrote: in the clamav.conf file set Logfile /dev/stdout The setup your multilog logging as normal. At qscanq's website I've found some tips (http://mysite.verizon.net/vze1ypud/software/qscanq/clamdscan.html) for those who use qscanq with clamd. From that document, I've found a