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Old 11-17-2005, 02:24 AM   #1
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ClamAV with Sendmail


I was trying to use Clamav antivirus software with Rehat ES. I could learn about compiling the package and updating the software. But I couldn't learn from anywhere on integrating Clamav with sendmail so that sendmail knows every incoming mails are to processed by Clamav. Is it done through procamil. Please suggest a good solution on effectively using Clamav with sendmail.


Old 11-22-2005, 07:09 PM   #2
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run the following command

rpm -grep | sendmail

get that output, eg: sendmail

then run this command

rpm -e sendmail

onec you've deleted sendmail, start looking into postfix. i've writtern a how-to guide for setting up clamAV and postfix on my local LUG website if you can go a path other than sendmail


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