if you arent, that could be your problem by itself. is it possible that the userpermissions are such that clamd can not read the files that the mailer is generating and therefor getting "STUCK" on them instead of skipping them?Any of that is possible, but I have no idea how to verify etc.Have a look in /etc/Mail Scanner/Mail and there will be a line listing which virus scanners should be used. The line probably lists 'clamav' as an option which means it uses clamscan.You could try changing the option to 'clamavmodule' and then restarting mailscanner (/etc/init.d/Mail Scanner restart) and seeing if that works.All I know is that it was working fine & then stopped....nothing could have changed since no one ever touches that box.As far as upgrading goes, I would really prefer not do any upgrades since we are going to be replacing this box anyway & don't feel comfortable doing an upgrade.That being said, I really need to find a way to fix this problem so that our email gets through faster than that (under 2 minutes ideally).
that problem is LONG since fixed and you should be running clamdscan to scan the files.
--gpgkey key Trust the key id to sign releases Use multiple times for multiple keys --gpgkeyfile file Trust the key ids in the file to sign releases --gpghomedir path Store the GPG keyring in this directory --gpg and --nogpg Use (or do not use) GPG to verify updates (--gpg is assumed by use of the above --gpgkey and --gpgkeyfile options) --import file Import GPG key(s) from file into sa-update's keyring.
Use multiple times for multiple files sa-update can update multiple channels at the same time.
i.e.: sa-update by default will verify update archives by use of a SHA1 checksum and GPG signature.
SHA1 hashes can verify whether or not the downloaded archive has been corrupted, but it does not offer any form of security regarding whether or not the downloaded archive is legitimate (aka: non-modifed by evildoers).
Thanks for all your help The MCTS: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 certification validates your skills in supporting the maintenance and administration of the Exchange servers in an enterprise environment. what versions of mailscanner, spamassassin and clam are you using?