Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by rob_morin, May 30, 2018.
Here is policy
a) The domain of that mailbox is the same domain that is emntioned in the log? or is it an alias domain that just points to the same mailbox?
b) Is this a multiserver system? If yes, then maybe the setting has not been synced with the slave.
Yes the domain is the same, and it is not an alias.
Yes this is a multi server setup, one mail server, one databseserver(also dns), one web server.
In the dbispconfig database The policy setting is set to 4 for her mailbox and policy ID for wants viruses is 4
You checked that on the slave, not the master?
The mail server is using its local mysql server for mail settings.
conf.d/50-user: ( ['DBI:mysql:database=dbispconfig;host=127.0.1.1;port=3306',
FYI i modified on the mail server, clamd.conf
from OLE2BlockMacros true
And the file now goes through, but thats for everyone now...
Correct, and that's why I asked if you checked the database on the slave or master as the policy settings on the slave are the ones that matter for spam filtering and it might be that they differ between master and slave.
macros appear not to be spam nor virus, thus tweaking won't work imho
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