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Qmail and Spamassassin (SPF Fix?)

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by ZopfWare, Apr 1, 2006.

  1. ZopfWare

    ZopfWare Regular Pleskian

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    I keep getting the following error in my maillog:

    warning: trouble injecting bounce message, will try later

    I have tried to look this error up but I am not finding anything particularly helpful.
    I am currently running qmail-scanner and clamav however this error shows up even with qmail-scanner removed.


    P.S. If anyone is interested...I was receiveing an error from spam assassin when I had the SPF feature enabled that said it couldn't find some files... (some .pm files) that were in it's Perl includes. I discovered that although the SPF feature was installed, no checking was done by plesk to see if the required perl modules were installed. I had to use cpan and install Mail::SPF::Query module.

    Once I finally got these modules installed SpamAssassin stopped generating the errors. Apparently, so I am assuming, the SPF feature in Plesk 8 NOW functions where it was obiously failing.
     
  2. eugenevdm

    eugenevdm Silver Pleskian

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    How did you receive an error from SpamAssassin? Where does one find the log file for SpamAssassin? I want to check if I'm having a similar problem. For me it doesn't look like SPF works, but I'm sure how to check it.
     
  3. ZopfWare

    ZopfWare Regular Pleskian

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    do a locate maillog

    should be somthing like /usr/local/psa/admin/var/log/mailog

    just vi the file or tail it to see what's in the mail log
     
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