From: RaSca on 21 Jan 2010 09:32
Il giorno Gio 21 Gen 2010 14:33:16 CET, RaSca ha scritto:
> What else should i check?
> I know that these information may be few for giving me help, but I'm
> trying to find out a way for understanding what is happening.
Thanks to my friend Mauro, I finally solved the problem.
The problem was that those mail were received by postfix when i was
renaming the clamav's content_filer, which in origin was:
content_filter = scan:127.0.0.1:10027
once renamed it in
content_filter = clamav:127.0.0.1:10027
and restarted postfix (and clamav, of course) those mail arrived during
the restart were pointing to the wrong transport:
Jan 21 15:06:06 mail-2 postfix/qmgr: warning: connect to
transport scan: Connection refused
so, the fastest solution was to launch a
postsuper -r ALL
to force the re-queuing of all messages.
So, the right approach was to look the queue, forcing one message to
flush and look in the log for some errors.
Mia Mamma Usa Linux: Niente è impossibile da capire, se lo spieghi bene!