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Download Source Package amavisd-new: [amavisd-new_2.11.0-1ubuntu1.dsc] [amavisd-new_2.11.0.orig.tar.xz] [amavisd-new_2.11.0-1ubuntu1.debian.tar.xz] Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers (Mail Archive)Please consider filing a bug or asking a question via Launchpad before contacting the maintainer directly.
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amavisd-new is a high-performance interface between mailer (MTA) and content checkers: virus scanners, and/or SpamAssassin. It is written in Perl for maintainability, without paying a significant price for speed. It talks to MTA via (E)SMTP or LMTP, or by using helper programs. Best with Postfix, fine with dual-sendmail setup and Exim v4, works with sendmail/milter, or with any MTA as a SMTP relay. For Courier and qmail MTA integration there is a patch in the distributed package.
I have mail stuck in the queue and the problem according to the logs points to amavisd-new. Ports 10024 and 10026 are not running and I'm not sure whether it might have something to do with spamassassin. I installed spamassassin but if the problem does point to spamassassin I would like to disable it althought I already run this command.
I've used Amavisd with Spamassassin for years... my configuration used to 'work' (though it may never have been "right") now, it appears as if /etc/spamassassin/local.cf configuration is ignored when spamassassin functionality is invoked by amavisd-new
I am perplexed because it appears that the configuration I've placed in /etc/spamassassin/local.cf (a new score for a specific rule, for example) is ignored for messages processed by amavisd, but are not ignored when I run spamc, or "spamassassin -D -t" from the amavis account. When I place equivalent configuration in ~amavis/.spamassassin/user_prefs - it also seems to have no effect on the results of amavisd-new processing.
SA does observe all settings in its configuration file, but not all of them have effect on the mail being checked, as amavisd-new does its own decisions based on spam score (hits) (so for example required_hits has no effect - use tag/tag2/kill amavisd-new settings instead), and does its own header editing, and body is not modified. Read on for related information.
amavisd-new uses its own config. These config files are located in /etc/amavis/conf.d/. In particular, in 20-debian_defaults, $sa_kill_level_deflt is the "equivalent" to SpamAssassin's required_score (located in /etc/spamassassin/local.cf).
amavisd-new is a high-performance interface between mailer (MTA)and content checkers: virus scanners, and/or SpamAssassin. It is writtenin Perl for maintainability, without paying a significant price for speed.It talks to MTA via (E)SMTP or LMTP, or by using helper programs.Best with Postfix, fine with dual-sendmail setup and Exim v4,works with sendmail/milter, or with any MTA as a SMTP relay. For Courierand qmail MTA integration there is a patch in the distributed package.
amavisd-new is a high-performance and reliable interface betweenmailer (MTA) and one or more content checkers: virus scanners, and/orMail::SpamAssassin Perl module. It is written in Perl, ensuring highreliability, portability and maintainability. It talks to MTA via (E)SMTPor LMTP protocols, or by using helper programs. No timing gaps exist in thedesign, which could cause a mail loss.
amavisd-new benefits from the use of Perl moduleNet::Server,which offers a fast pre-forked multichild process control.amavisd-new provides rfc2821-compliant SMTP server andclient, a rfc2033-compliant LMTP server and client, andgenerates rfc3462/rfc3464-compliant (ex rfc1892/rfc1894)delivery (and non-delivery) status notifications.
amavisd-new grew out of amavisd(-snapshot) (which in turnis a daemonized version of amavis-perl),but through five years of development turned into a separate product,hardly resembling its origin. The code is several times the sizeof its predecessor, yet faster in throughput, richer in features,compliant to standards, includes optional support for spam detection,and makes virus scanning optional and easier to adjust/extend.Compatibility with helper programs from amavisd(-snapshot) is retained.
2007-05-23: A security vulnerability in a file(1) utility version 4.20has been found. Note that this is not the same issue asCVE-2007-1536. The problem is fixed in version 4.21.This program is being used by amavisd-new even whenvirus scanning is disabled, so it is heartly recommendedto use the most recent version (currently at 4.21), available from
2007-03-22: An exploitable security problem in file(1) utility version 4.19and older has been found by Jean-Sébastien Guay-Leroux. The problem is fixedin version 4.21 (partly fixed in 4.20). This program is being used byamavisd-new even when virus scanning is disabled, so it is heartlyrecommended to use the most recent version (currently at 4.21), available from
The amavisd-new uses several external programs and Perl modulesfor its operation. If there are security vulnerabilities in them,the whole setup might be affected. The possible damage is limitedto what a non-privileged UID can accomplish in normal setups, and canfurther be limited using a chroot setup. Please see theSecurity considerations section below for additionalinformation.
The use of each external decoding program can be disabled in fileamavisd.conf by removing entries from the list @decoders, or in olderversions or amavisd-new by removing assignment to corresponding variables(e.g. $lha, $unarj, $unrar, $zoo, ...) or setting them to undef, or justnot having the named external program present on the $path.
For a web-browsable Mercurial repository of all the pastversions of amavisd, reaching all the way back to the origins ofthe project (AMaViS, amavis-perl, amavisd-snapshot, amavisd-new)please see the -new/hgweb/, maintainedby Phil Regnauld (of catpipe.net).
Besides this web page at (or mirrors),and the assorted bits and piecesof new documentation, the following files comprise the amavisd-newdocumentation. The web page documents may be more recent than thedocumentation distributed with the program. 2b1af7f3a8