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Old 20th June 2009, 02:42
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Thank you Flash.

All I did was comment out the line
ScanPartialMessages false
i.e. #ScanPartialMessages false
Then I tried to check the version again and recived an error about
HeuristicScanPrecedence so I commented that out as well
i.e. #HeuristicScanPrecedence false
Then for good measure I commented out the last one
#StructuredDataDetection false

and rebooted.

now no more error messages, and speed has returned.

After commenting out the lines, I was able to find version of clamav. It is:
Clamav 0.92
I realise that the latest is 0.95 but after what I have been through with upgrades, I am going to give this a miss for now.

I am happy to have my mail seerver back to functional.

Thank you for your help Flash.
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