1. alfikmik

    Solved problem with sieve ... Postfix + mysql+ postfixadmin + dovecot + sieve + amavisd (with spamassassin and clamav)

    Hi there got problem with sieve (it doesn't move mails to directories i mean spam to "Junk" folder. In logs there is no information about any errors. Spamassassin is called from amavisd and tags mail (as spam) properly but sieve doesn't move mails. installed packages: amavisd-new-2.12.0_1,1...
  2. nerozero

    zfs vscan clamav

    Hello, just started to work with ZFS. found "vscan" option in dataset which sounds quite promising. is it possible to use clamav as a virus scanner for zfs? If yes could you please share some experience? Thanks
  3. D

    ClamAv doesn't work

    Got a mail server on FreeBSD 8.2, hosted on; Postfix + ClamAV + SpamAssasin + Amavisd link is configured. Yesterday the mailing stopped. As it turned out - ClamAV doesn’t launch, returning following error: LibClamAV Error: mpool_malloc (): Attempt to allocate 8378609 bytes. Please...
  4. I

    clamd error: LibClamAV Error: mpool_malloc(): Attempt to allocate 8388608 bytes...

    The email stopped on 2 servers, and this is the error when it loads on boot: LibClamAV Error: mpool_malloc(): Attempt to allocate 8388608 bytes. Please report to From what I gather from, it occurs when MemLimit is no longer large enough, perhaps from a virus signature...
  5. Grzegorz

    Solved File and Directory Watcher

    Hi, I've installed security/clamav, and I want to scan all files when created or changed event. I heard that kqueue can do it but it's include all subdirectories and can't return file path of event firing file. I was testing sysutils/watchman and other solution but with no results...
  6. asg

    clamav wont build on 10.2 inside jail

    Hi, I am trying to install clamav (ports/clamav) on FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE-p3 inside a jail. The make process always stops at the tests: [...] gmake[4]: Leaving directory '/usr/ports/security/clamav/work/clamav-0.98.7/unit_tests' gmake check-TESTS gmake[4]: Entering directory...