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Date: Tue Sep 22 2009 - 17:30:24 CDT
amavisd encounter many problems with selinux as described in the centos wiki.
correction proposed by the selinux centos wiki is obsolete
'Buddha' peace themselve
Le mardi 22 septembre 2009 21:55, Noel Jones a écrit :
> On 9/22/2009 2:08 PM, Geoff Sweet wrote:
> > Greetings everyone,
> > I'm transitioning a lot of my mail servers from Qmail to Postfix and
> > thus far it has gone very well. I got Postfix 2.3 (from the CentOS 5.3)
> > up and running in a flash and then even got it all running with MySQL
> > virtual users! My hats off to the Postfix devs.
> > However now I want to incorporate a few things like ClamAV, and
> > Spamassassin and it appears that Amavisd-new is the preferred way to do
> > it. I installed it out of the RPMForge repositories and Spamassassin,
> > ClamAV, and amavisd-new all seem to be running correctly. If I telnet
> > to port 10024 on localhost I can successfully see the Amavisd-new
> > prompts and commands.
> Welcome to postfix!
> Yes, amavisd-new is a popular and reliable way to integrate
> SpamAssassin and clamav with postfix.
> Be aware that postfix 2.3 is getting rather long in the tooth.
> The current patchlevel for the 2.3 series is 2.3.19. While
> postfix 2.3.19 is quite reliable, it's lacking tons of useful
> features introduced in newer versions.
> I think it's better to build a new server with the current
> stable version rather than something already outdated; the
> current postfix stable version is 2.6.5.
> > When I startup Postfix and attempt to send mail through it, I get this
> > error in the maillog:
> > Sep 18 17:02:03 mail postfix/qmgr: warning: connect to transport
> > scan: Connection refused
> Looks like a leftover from a previous configuration when you
> were using content_filter = scan:...
> Fix this by requeueing all mail with
> postsuper -r ALL
> > Sep 18 17:02:03 mail postfix/cleanup: fatal: unsupported
> > dictionary type: mysql
> Looks as if postfix doesn't have mysql support compiled in.
> type "postconf -m" to see what map types your version of
> postfix supports.
> > Sep 18 17:02:40 mail postfix/smtpd: warning: dict_nis_init: NIS
> > domain name not set - NIS lookups disabled
> I assume you don't use NIS. You can get rid of this harmless
> warning by setting in main.cf:
> alias_maps = hash:/etc/aliases
> > Below are my main.cf and master.cf. As I am relatively new to this
> we strongly prefer "postconf -n" output as explained in the
> list welcome message.
> If you have more questions, see:
> -- Noel Jones