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 2004 01:49 pm, Bastiaan van der Put wrote:
> 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 attempting to deliver mail....
> >I don't 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

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