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In amavisd.conf there is a line up at the top of the file $log_templ= you will want to add %b to that, it will include the MD5 hash of the email in the log. You will probably want to read the README.customize a bit more, because you will be redefining how amavisd logs. This is one I've found, it's not impossible to understand, you'd just need to add the %b ...


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OK, at least I have two references why this behavior happened in postfix. But I'm not sure what's concept behind below behaviour. One possible explanation was in this thread: GID, current, primary, supplementary, effective and real group IDs?. Maybe you can get the further explanation for the experts in unix.SE. Your case was confirmed by these two ...


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Try setting this environment variable before running CPAN: export PERL_MM_USE_DEFAULT=1 It makes perl automatically answer "yes" when CPAN asks "Would you like to configure as much as possible automatically? [yes]" Source


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As you say you are on Debian the easiest way is aptitude install libnet-ssh2-perl But if you really really wish to install it from CPAN instead make sure you've got all the development tools and libraries and also the SSH library installed: aptitude install build-essential libssh2-1-dev The you can install the module from CPAN - just verified on a ...



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