FW: [AMaViS-user] RELEASED amavisd-new-2.3.2

Michael Scheidell scheidell at secnap.net
Thu Jun 30 08:16:57 GMT 2005

This from amavisd-new list:

>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Tony Shadwick [mailto:tshadwick at goinet.com]
>>>> Sent: Monday, June 27, 2005 1:12 PM
>>>> To: dougb at freebsd.org; sem at freebsd.org; Michael Scheidell
>>>> Cc: freebsd-admin at goinet.com
>>>> Subject: ports tree dns/p5-Net-DNS + mail/p5-Mail-SpamAssassin
>>>> Hash: SHA1
>>>> Sorry to bug everyone, but it is very important that
>> dns/p5-Net-DNS
>>>> get upgraded ASAP to the latest available release.
>>>> As it stands right now, SpamAssassin on FreeBSD is
>> horribly broken,
>>>> as SpamAssassin cannot successfully resolve names, like so:
>>>>> debug: is Net::DNS::Resolver available? yes
>>>>> debug: Net::DNS version: 0.51
>>>>> debug: trying (3) motorola.com...
>>>>> debug: looking up NS for 'motorola.com'
>>>>> debug: NS lookup of motorola.com failed horribly => Perhaps your 
>>>>> resolv.conf isn't pointing at a valid server?
>>>>> debug: All NS queries failed => DNS unavailable (set
>>>> dns_available to
>>>>> override)
>>>>> debug: is DNS available? 0
>>>> This is documented all over the SpamAssassin mailing
>> lists, and it is
>>>> a huge, HUGE showstopper, as we're just getting buried in
>> spam now,
>>>> because anything that requires name resolution, be it URIBL's, to 
>>>> simple rules that match either the original text string or
>> variants
>>>> on the IP address, all of them are broken.
>>>> Before I just jump in and try to fix this myself, both temporarily 
>>>> using CPAN, and permanently trying to update the port
>> myself, I was
>>>> hoping that those most familiar with the ports in question
>> might take
>>>> a shot at it first.
>>>> Thanks!

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