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Re: [AMaViS-user] %q in template

From: Mark Martinec <Mark.Martinec+amavis_at_nospam>
Date: Tue Oct 12 2010 - 13:46:04 GMT


> I have virus quarantine enabled on two systems, which have identical
> configurations, but they generate significantly different %q values.

The %q macro identifies the location of a quarantined mail.
Its semantics depend on the quarantine method. In case of
quarantining to file it is a file name. When quarantining to a
mailbox it shows the mailbox e-mail address. On quarantining to sql
it shows mail_id, prepended by a partition id in square brackets.

The quarantine location is normally derived from *_quarantine_to_maps
(a list of per-recipient lookup tables, either static or SQL or LDAP),
unless a quarantine method provides a hard-wired location name
(such as in the case of SQL quarantining).

> The system where quarantine works, generates it in the form of:
> The system where it does not work, generates it in the form of:
> virus-LiJQvMaTPwkW
> [...]
> In the working case, we can find the quarantined item. In the non working
> case, it does not exist in the specified mailbox.
> Also of note, in the working case, the quarantine value is the same as what
> is set as "$virus_quarantine_to" in amavisd.conf.
> Oddly, restarting amavis fixed things.

I'm glad.


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