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Mail has stopped working on Centos since instlling MailScanner

I have a VPS which I rent and it is running Centos 6. The VPS has ZPanel installed which is used to host some websites and emails. I have just installed Mailscanner and now, I have noticed that ...
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Mailscanner & Postfix: HOLD everything except messages with a custom header

ATM I'm using the normal method to put all messages on HOLD to pass them from postfix to MailScanner as described on http://www.mailscanner.info/postfix.html: In the Postfix configuration file ...
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Mailscanner and amavisd-new comparison

I'm going to implement a mailfiltering gateway for my company. I'm going to use Postfix, with a PostgreSQL back-end. The question would be: how to best implement the antispam measures. Mailscanner ...
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CentOS: what is blocking the port?

I am rather new to Linux and trying to set up a MailScanner box. I went as far as to set it up with postfix and succeeded sending a test message via it from the local console. However, when I try to ...
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SpamAssassin trying to read config files under /root/

I have mail gateway servers configured to use MailScanner + Postfix + SpamAssassin as described here, along with MailWatch as a web front end. When sa-learn is run from MailWatch (it's run as the ...
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postfix sender_access does not reject

I am trying to stop spam from one sender. They each time uses another mail server. here is headers from original email (i replaced my email and host with: my-email@my-domain.com, sender email and host ...
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Messages released from MailScanner quarantine are marked as DUPLICATEDELIVER in Exchange 2007

I have installed Postfix with MailScanner on CentOS 5.4 as a smarthost for Exchange 2007. When a message gets quarantined and I later release it ...
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monitoring mailscanner queue with zabbix

Anoyne knows how to setup zabbix monitoring for mailscanner queue ? We managed to setup monitoring for exim queue, but we noticed that mailscanner also fills its queue sometimes and we would like ...
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incoming mail with low score, but count as spam?

my Centos server currently running spamassassin to filter spam email, it work together with mailscanner, it work fine before but suddently got a problem: Nov 15 16:12:02 main MailScanner[4079]: ...
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Edit exim4 Message-ID for releasing blocked mail by Mailscanner

Our sysadmin team edits the field Message-ID in exim4 header files (ending with -H) and substitues the first char after "<". e.g: 077I Message-ID: ...
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How do I configure MailScanner to use a remote clamd?

I decided to decrease the workload on my mail gateway by moving anti-virus processing to a separate server. I created the server, installed clamav-daemon on it, and tested it by running clamdscan from ...
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Filter messages in Mailscanner based on 'From:' header

I created a blacklist rule to filter out messages: From: *@job.com yes It works, partly, except that part of those messages are sent with a return-path other than job.com. I Googled a bit and ...
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Plesk and MailScanner

Plesk has spam filtering features using SpamAssassin you can buy. But I was wondering, what if I just install Mailscanner? I mean, MailScanner installs itself in the postfix/exim/qmail pipeline and ...
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How to access Mail Watch for Mailscanner when I have ZPanel?

I just followed this guide to install Mail Watch for Mailscanner on Centos 6. http://www.ehowstuff.com/how-to-setup-mailwatch-on-centos-6-3/ Unfortuently, I cannot access mailscanner at ...
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Mailscanner Installation. Where to put '/^Received:/ HOLD?'

I am trying to install Mailscanner onto a Centos VPS and there is a section of the tutorial which I am reading that states the following: Next, open the file /etc/postfix/header_checks and add ...