Controlling quarantine ID names

Alex mysqlstudent at
Mon Nov 21 17:23:26 CET 2011


I am using amavis-2.6.6 on fedora15 with spamassassin-3.3.2. I'd like
to change the X-Quarantine-ID stored in the quarantined file to match
that of the filename, so I can use amavisd-release. I have the
following for the filename format:

$virus_quarantine_method            = 'local:virus-%b-%i-%n.gz';
$spam_quarantine_method             = 'local:spam-%b-%i-%n.gz';
$banned_files_quarantine_method     = 'local:banned-%b-%i-%n.gz';
$bad_header_quarantine_method       = 'local:badh-%b-%i-%n.gz';

However, the quarantine IDs are like:

X-Quarantine-ID: <xFgIbf8TON1E>

so when I try to release the quarantined file:

# amavisd-release xFgIbf8TON1E
450 4.5.0 Failure: File /var/spool/amavisd/quarantine/xFgIbf8TON1E
does not exist at (eval 87) line 385, <GEN178> line 4.

However, if I decompress it and rename it, it successfully delivers it.


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