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Old 1st October 2005, 17:38
morphinex morphinex is offline
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Unhappy Trashscan Notification Problem

I just discovered that my mailserver (trashscan, really, it seems) has been sending out a bunch of notification mails to a mailing list, complaining about a suspicious email I recieved through the list... The problem is that the notification keeps being sent, though I've only recieved 1 suspicious mail.

How do I disable the notification messages permanently? For all users that is...

It's kind of urgent, since this it's becoming a bit embarrassing sending out over 10 mails a day repeating the same message... So please help fast!
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Old 1st October 2005, 17:59
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Originally Posted by morphinex
I just discovered that my mailserver (trashscan, really, it seems) has been sending out a bunch of notification mails to a mailing list, complaining about a suspicious email I recieved through the list... The problem is that the notification keeps being sent, though I've only recieved 1 suspicious mail.

How do I disable the notification messages permanently? For all users that is...

It's kind of urgent, since this it's becoming a bit embarrassing sending out over 10 mails a day repeating the same message... So please help fast!
I had the same problem yesterday, trashcan of maybe not him, sendes 10 emails to one mailbox outside, but me only sended one email message...

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Old 1st October 2005, 18:39
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You can find the trashscan script here:
/home/admispconfig/ispconfig/tools/clamav/bin/trashscan

The template where this file is generated from is here: /root/ispconfig/isp/conf/trashscan.master

But if you don't want that messages are sent out then go to Management -> Server -> Settings -> Email, and in the field Antivirus-Admin prepend a # to the email address, e.g.

#admin@example.com

Then no more virus notifications will be sent out.
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