bill--greylist at blunn.org
Mon Mar 8 23:53:40 PST 2004
> I have just installed (with a lot of help) Exim 4.30 on a Debian 3.0
> machine. It's about ready to go.
> I assume that some of you also do virus scanning on Exim. Do you use
> Exiscan? How did you go about installing it? It looks I am going to have
> to install in a similar manner to the way Exim is installed.
See my earlier message about Debian Woody backport packages for exim4.
apparently already contains the exiscan patch. The description reads:
Description: Exim (v4) with extended features, including exiscan-acl
Exim (v4) is a fully featured MTA (Mail Transport Agent) that is rather
easier to configure than smail or sendmail. It is a drop-in
replacement for sendmail/mailq/rsmtp.
In addition to the features already supported by exim4-daemon-light this
version of the Exim daemon includes extra features such as LDAP, PostgreSQL
and MySQL data lookups, SPA SMTP authentication and embedded Perl
Additionally this package includes a plugin to use the embedded
Perl-interpreter for Exim's local_scan interface.
This package features the exiscan-acl patch
http://duncanthrax.net/exiscan-acl/ for integration of virus-scanners
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