[Mailman-Users] TrendMicro Interscan Virus Wall for Linux
gaa at ulticom.com
Wed Oct 17 15:04:02 CEST 2001
We're using Trend Micro Viruswall just fine. What I did was to
have Viruswall get the email first and pass it to the real sendmail
that is running on port 2525. This way, Viruswall does nothing
but scan the emails. Sendmail does all the email work. Mailman
works just fine.
BTW: I have yet another system (in our DMZ) that actually receives
the emails from outside (MX points to the external system). I
do this because Viruswall does not have all the proper anti-relay
preventions, etc. that I wanted. This email relay system just
does the anti-relay checks then forwards everything to an
internal system with Viruswall and the "real" sendmail.
Vania Lolham wrote:
> OS RH7.1
> Mailman 2.0.6-1u70_1cl.i386.rpm
> After fiddling with everything in Mailman and reading every
> python scripts and checking for typo and so on,
> I found no problem at all with the mailman, In fact the
> python source files are written so cool and informative.
> Now to the problem;
> All the subscription from internal network for internal
> users were accepted
> All the subscription from outside network for outside users
> were rejected.
> Sendmail Mail log was telling me error 554 mail relay
> All that is cool I can live with it,
> After getting deep involved in the way wrapper, post and
> mailcmd are treating the package I was convinced that there
> isn't any problem with any of them.
> Last think I could think of was to disable the Interscan
> VirusWall from (Trend Micro).
> This time everything worked well.
> No is there anyone out there using Interscan?
> I called tech Trend Micro support and so far there is no
> work around.
> Do you know of any?
> As far as I can comprehend; when Interscan is active, it
> disable the domaintable, access.db, trusted-users.db,
> IP_allow and mailertable.db
> and instead uses it's own intscan.ini file to recognise
> domains, mailertable, trusted-users and ip_allow.
> I don't see anywhere talking about access.
> In the access file there are hosts that are allowed to
> okay, end of my gasbagging :))
> Please let me know if there is other approach.
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