Bug#121205: ITP: amavis-perl -- A Mail Virus Scanner
>>>>> "Graeme" == Graeme Mathieson <email@example.com> writes:
Graeme> On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 12:56:38PM +0100, Christoph Martin
>> Why don't you package amavisd instead of amavis-perl?
Graeme> Good question. I picked amavis-perl because it's the
Graeme> stable release. I'll have a look at amavisd too. --
Graeme> firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.mathie.cx/~graeme/
Well from the mailing list, note the first paragraph from Lars. (Oh
and I have packaged amavisd for work use if, although it is a bit of a
From: Lars Hecking <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [AMaViS-user] Re: [AMaViS-announce] RE-ISSUED: ASA-2001-1: eMail worm W32/Aliz may not be detected (AMaViS 0.2.1)
To: AMaViS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2001 15:15:47 +0000
> I have missed this announcement (I was absent during a period of two
> months). In fact I was waiting the amavis-perl, amavisd branch to become
> stable before making the change in our main server.
They are stable. The former amavis-perl is now the main branch in cvs,
and the main reason I haven't made a new release yet is that I'm waiting
for Archive-Zip 0.12 (or maybe I should go back to unzip ...).
The next amavis release will be 0.3.12.
> We are interested in installing the amavisd with --enable-relay and
> sendmail. I have been testing this setup (the 20010714 snapshot) in a
> workstation and I have had many problems (with permissions, hanged mail,
> etc.) so I decided to wait.
Forget about --enable-relay. For sendmail, I recommend _only_ the milter
interface. Which may require a sendmail update on your end.
The preliminary amavisd snapshot-20011031 (needs the patch I posted!!)
is more mature than snapshot-20010714, and I will make it the basis of
a new official snapshot in the near future.
> Please, could you recommend me the most sensible action? Should I
> upgrade the main server to amavis-perl first and then to amavisd? or can
> I just wait the amavisd code to stabilize?
The released snapshots of amavisd are stable. Each snapshot has more
features and hopefully less bugs than the previous one. As far as
non-daemon related code is concerned, I try to keep amavis(-perl) and
amavisd as much in sync as possible.
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