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spam acl condition: cannot parse spamd output

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by sehh, Jun 2, 2008.

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    sehh Well-Known Member

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    After the recent updates in SpamAssassin v3.2.3, our /var/log/exim_panic is filling up with the following errors:

    spam acl condition: cannot parse spamd output

    Please help.
     
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    i forgot to add that i'm running the latest STABLE.
     
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    apparently, when this happens spamd leaves stale files under /tmp that look like:

    .spamassassin3588n4bC58tmp
    .spamassassin3588LULIeqtmp
    .spamassassin3833pu0bGMtmp
    .spamassassin3833gGGU9Jtmp
    .spamassassin3833X6GTICtmp
    .spamassassin40191bJQi9tmp
    .spamassassin4019pozjL5tmp
    .spamassassin4019hhqbQ3tmp
    .spamassassin4019ChKC7jtmp
    .spamassassin4019VvbNzctmp
    .spamassassin4019moZJ0ktmp
    .spamassassin56302m5CJstmp
    .spamassassin5630MXOzUKtmp

    all of them are either 0 bytes in size of if not then they contain base64 encoded data!!!

    something is fishy....
     
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