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Re: Contentfilter problem
On Wed, Oct 09, 2002 at 02:34:57PM +0200, Adrian Siemieniak wrote:
> For few days (after reboot and quite big system upgrade) i have problem
> with contentfilter - i'v tried so many things to do that i'v already
> lost myself
Check README.UPGRADING -- I did change the smtpserver <-> smtp-policy
communication protocol to fix couple troubles I had.
There is the diff you need to make to get this thing to work.
> smtpserver.conf has few lines like below
> PARAM policydb $DBTYPE $MAILVAR/db/smtp-policy
> # External program for received message content analysis:
> PARAM contentfilter /sav/bin/tst
> tst is a shell script that check mails against viruses - it returns 0 or
> -1. Whatever i do - even if i change that tst to simple C program that
> writes to stdout "0" i get in logs stuff like here
> HWP009672r data
> HWP009672w 354 Start mail input; end with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
> HWP009672# policyprogram said: ?
> HWP009672# policyprogram said:
> HWP009672# Content-policy analysis ordered message rejection.
> (code=-1); ms g=''
> HWP009672w 552 5.7.1
> And i'm preate sure that 'tst' sais "0" . Where to look for solution -
> i'm getting creazy with it.
> Adrian Siemieniak | Administrator (at) Internet Center Polska
> tel. (0-71) 344-82-53 wew 26
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