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Re: How I did integrate Virus Scanner to ZMailer
El 13 Mar 2003 a las 22:53, Eugene Crosser escribió:
> On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 22:43, Mariano Absatz wrote:
> > > > What would be helpful in zmailer (either for this or other kind of stuff you
> > > > could eventually want to do in the queue) is that either smtpserver or router
> > > > could be configured (either thru command line or config file) to use a
> > > > different directory than "router" for output or input respectively.
> > >
> > > I think this is trivial to do by just specifying proper smtpserver
> > > arguments in zmailer.cf.
> > How would you do that? that is, making smtpserver write to a different
> > directory than $POSTOFFICE/router or making router read from a different
> > directory?
> > The options I saw only allowed me to change the whole postoffice path.
> You just tell smtpserver that the "whole postoffice directory" is
> somewhere else. Then let your scanning script scan 'router' subdir of
> that alternative directory, and move files into the 'router' subdir of
> the "normal" postoffice. It's important to keep both "normal" and
> "alternative" postoffices on the same filesystem.
Right... that's exactly what I'm doing right now... I just wanted not to
create a whole alternative postoffice, only to use one directory, and it
would be nice to have the smtpserver.out and router.in directories in the
same place, but it's alright.
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