My scripts creates a flat file with all local email (included forwarders) and localdomain. The scripts executes 1000 email each second (on a slow server) ,I've got ASSP installed on my server and have disabled Spamassassin. ASSP is fantastic, I highly recommend it.
Note: I am only recommending ASSP, not the services of Radio Head, because I installed ASSP myself. Being able to access it via Cpanel sounds like a great idea, though.
did you finish this how-to. I have assp running on my server, but i need it to be a per domain solution or at least send emails marked as spam to appropriate user folders. anybody got a solution to this?"how to" is 80% complete , I will finish it on monday !
My "how to" is to install assp with a cpanel web interface which permits to use assp per domain .
As you can see it listens on port 125 for SMTP. But then it says port 125 is already in use. Now from what I've found, this is due to exim starting SMTPS which is supposed to be on port 465, but instead it tries to listen on port 125 again. Is anyone else seeing this in their logs?2006-12-23 23:38:10 exim 4.52 daemon started: pid=26150, -q1h, listening for SMTP on [127.0.0.1]:125
2006-12-23 23:38:10 Start queue run: pid=26151
2006-12-23 23:38:10 socket bind() to port 125 for address 127.0.0.1 failed: Address already in use: waiting 30s before trying again (9 more tries)
I had a similar issue when I first installed ASSP. The following solution worked for me.I've installed ASSP on a Cpanel server, but when I look at the /var/log/exim_mainlog I can see an error. This is a bit from the logs:
As you can see it listens on port 125 for SMTP. But then it says port 125 is already in use. Now from what I've found, this is due to exim starting SMTPS which is supposed to be on port 465, but instead it tries to listen on port 125 again. Is anyone else seeing this in their logs?
Does anyone have a solution for this?
Any ideas? I've turned off firewall and tried it and no luck.Dec-24-06 11:54:49 File::Scan::ClamAV module version 1.8 installed but not available, error: Cannot connect to 'localhost:3310': IO::Socket::INET: connect: Connection refused