configuration file

Tomas Macek macek at
Thu Feb 4 10:03:32 CET 2016

yes, you are right - the cfg file is really nice mess, because it's not a 
file, but it's a Perl script. That means you don't write the cfg file, but
you programm in Perl with all it's advantages and disadvantages.

Have you seen this?
I think it's a good source where to begin, but I lack the
all-options-webpage too.
Another file, that can help you (a little bit) is


On Tue, 2 Feb 2016, Michael H wrote:

> Hi all,
> I just setup amavisd-new on a CentOS 7 system. I'm using clamav and
> spamassassin and postfix.
> Upon viewing the config file I'm completely lost, this file is such a
> mess, default options not listed, no organisation to the file at all,
> sections of what I would consider the same configuration are scattered
> throughout the file.
> Is there a clean working config file that I could start from? Is there
> any intention to clean this file? I don't particularly want to reformat
> the entire config if it will be overwritten with updates soon.
> Also, can you tell me the correct way to honour my postfix rules, i.e.
> whitelisting my current client-list from postfix rather than having to
> maintain two independent whitelist files?
> thanks in advance,
> Michael

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