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Re: amavis installation
I tried with this but it did not work .
anyway , i am able to insatll it with amavis-0.2.1.tar.gz instaead of
Thanks for all the help
Mithun Bhattacharya wrote:
> Almost every software comes with a file called README amavis-perl-11
> also has one such file. According to it
> Software Requirements
> The idea is to use perl modules where ever possible so that the script
> be as self-contained and independent as possible. This should hopefully
> make it much more portable and reduce the number of hacks required to
> with subtle differences between commands on different UNIX systems.
> But some perl modules are not ready for prime time yet, so we still
> require a number of external commands.
> The configure script will stop with an error message if the following
> external commands/programs are not found. See doc/amavis.txt, or the
> amavis web site at http://www.amavis.org/ for information on where to
> get these.
> o perl (obviously)
> o virus scanner software (obviously)
> o file
> A file command which understands the -b option is required, e.g. the
> one from ftp://ftp.astron.com/pub/file/
> o arc
> o bunzip2 (part of the bzip2 package)
> o lha (version 1.14g or later!)
> o unarj
> o uncompress (standard on Unix and Unix-like systems)
> o unrar
> o zoo
> procmail is only required if amavis is configured for use as local
> (/etc/postfix/main.cf:$mailbox_command) with postfix. See README.postfix
> for details.
> Perl Modules
> In order to run this script you need the following perl modules
> They are all available from CPAN (http://www.cpan.org/).
> MIME-tools version 5.313 or better (!!)
> Convert-TNEF 0.06 or better (!!)
> If you have the CPAN module installed, the most convenient way to
> these modules is to launch the CPAN shell with
> perl -MCPAN -e shell
> and tell it to:
> install Unix::Syslog
> install Convert::UUlib
> install Convert::TNEF
> install Compress::Zlib
> install Archive::Tar
> install Archive::Zip
> install G/GB/GBARR/MailTools-1.15.tar.gz
> install MIME::Tools
> install Bundle::libnet
> I really hope people can figure out the rest from here....
> An alpha version of a web based tool to manage
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