Paranoid Penguin - Adding Clam Antivirus to Your Postfix Server

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postfix is not allowing the communication with the port 10025

kiran's picture

dear sir,

i have done the basic setup of postfix and have enabledthe virus scannindg using clamav with amavisd.......
the configuration is fine while testing through telnet..
can u help me out sir why postfix is not allowing the connection through the port 10025

missing files and unmet depends

dannyr's picture

I updated my repos to clamAV for Ubuntu and ran;
apt-get install clamav clamav-base clamav-freshclam clamtk libclamav1
-clamav is already the newest version.
-clamav-base is already the newest version.
-libclamav1 is already the newest version.
-Some packages could not be installed.
- unmet dependencies:
clamav-freshclam: Depends: clamav-base (= 0.88.2-1ubuntu1) but 0.88.4-0volatile1 is to be installed

I did not get any conf files or any daemons eg clamd

Any suggestions

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