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From: Lars Hecking (lheckingnmrc.ie)
Date: Sat Apr 07 2001 - 11:15:46 CDT
FYI, amavis-perl-11 is available for download now. An official announcement
will be made as soon as SourceForge's uppload server is back in action.
HOWEVER, I do not recommend amavis-perl-11 for use with postfix!
I have also released a first public snapshot of amavisd, the daemonised
version of amavis-perl.
No matter which version you choose, make sure to have a close look at
the included documentation, README, NEWS, and README.postfix in particular.
There are some configuration changes compared to amavis-perl-10, one of
which affects master.cf.
o all runtime files/dirs now live in the same directory
[/var/amavis by default] unless configured differently
o an additional perl module is now required: Archive-Zip. The unzip command
line tool is not needed anymore
o support for Command AntiVirus (CSAV) for Linux was added
o much improved logging/debugging
o in the daemon version, a few configure options have been removed;
there is a config file now [/etc/amavisd.conf by default]
o the test suite (make check) doesn't work in the daemon version
o for package maintainers: new configure option --enable-all; see INSTALL
I have been using amavisd in production for more than two months now.
Whether it provides a performance increase over plain amavis-perl depends
on your actual mail mix (avg msg size, no. of recipients per message, etc).
Rainer Link, who did all the testing and loads more
Geoff Winkless, who wrote the milter interface
Thomas Biege, for code review
Jeffrey C. Ollie, for CSAV support
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