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exim with clamd :(

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by __arjun__, May 15, 2005.

  1. __arjun__

    __arjun__ Guest

    Getting weird errors while sending mails to any email accounts hosted in the server ...

    2005-05-15 20:49:33 1DXTnY-0004un-FD malware acl condition: clamd: unable to connect to UNIX socket /var/clamd (Connection refused)

    clamd etc are working fine in the server.
    Also mails are delivering fine locally.
    Any ideas?
     
  2. dalem

    dalem Well-Known Member
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    your exim config for your acl's (virus) is messed up since i do not know whats in yours

    cant really advice you how to fix (exim config editor)
     
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    Try searching the forums for unable to connect to UNIX socket
     
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  4. __arjun__

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    Removing the following from exims check_message acl did solve the issue temporarily ;)

    Code:
    deny message = This message contains a virus or other harmful content ($malware_name)
           malware = *
           demime = *
    
    

    I'm still searching for a perfect solution though.
     
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    Did you try to load clam earlier ? This could have been a left case from an old clam installation.
     
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