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Old 10-28-2009, 11:16 AM   #1
alitabas
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A question about p3scan debug!!!!


Hi all,
I've a question about p3scan. I'm working with p3scan, spamassassin and clamav, all 3 work well, a few days ago, reviewing the debugging, as you post the scan gave me this output:

Timeout: Sent client a character e
sending server a NOOP
reseting time
Timeout: sent client a character R
sending server a NOOP
reseting time
scanning done, sendig mail now
sending done
Mail action complete
+OK: NOOP response flushed 2 NOOP's

someone knows why he sends me this and it means what you are doing p3scan, in the case of an error, I had no problem with the recepsion post, but I want to know what's happening.

thanks.
 
  


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