|Subject:||Re: NULL context in mlfi_close|
|Date:||Fri, 22 Apr 2005 22:51:11 -0500|
|User-agent:||Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.2) Gecko/20040804 Netscape/7.2 (ax)|
I couldn't really see any errors. But at least now it is runnig.
Thanks for your help.
FYI, while processing every message I get a message similar to the one below:
Apr 22 21:00:05 iserve2 spamass-milter: Could not extract score from <No, score=1.7 required=5.0 tests=NO_REAL_NAME, RCVD_NUMERIC_HELO autolearn=no version=3.0.2>
But even though it seems to complain that it could not extract the score, it still adds the spam headers when needed. This message doesn't seem to affect the behavior.
Dan Nelson wrote:
In the last episode (Apr 22), address@hidden said:If this problem is a sendmail bug, then I don't understand how clamav gets around it. It seems to be oblivious to any other milter and is able to process messages just fine.Well, the NULL context message indicates a sendmail bug, but it's not fatal. The second message means that there apparently wasn't an X-Spam-Status header in the text returned by spamassassin. I though you were concerned about the first line, so I ignored the second.I only installed spamass-milter yesterday after having no luck whatsoever in getting spamassassin to run as a milter. No spamassassin documentation talks about a need for spamass-milter. Could sendmail talk to spamassassin directly over the socket?Nope; that's what the milter's for.It appears to me that the way this works is that sendmail sends data to spamas- milter over a socket. Spmass-milter then talks to spamd as it were a spamassassin client, spamc. If spamass-milter is needed and if that's how the exchange takes place, should there not be two different sockets involved here: one from sendmail to spamass-milter and then another one between spamass-milter and spamd. In my configuration, spamassassin is called with these options: -L -D -d -m5 -uspamd --socketpath=/var/run/spammilter/spamass.sock and spamass-milter is called with these: SOCKET="/var/run/spammilter/spamass.sock" EXTRA_FLAGS="-m -r 15 -u spamd -- -U/var/run/spammilter/spamass.sock"Yes, with that config both sendmail and spamd will be using the same socket and there will be trouble. You can probably just remove the --socketpath and -U flags, since both spamc and spamd default to communicating over internet sockets at localhost:783. If you want to use unix sockets, point them to something like /var/run/spamd.sock.
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