markus at clardy.eu
Thu Apr 6 14:59:54 CEST 2017
Or, you could manage a separate file, and have the main amavis.conf
import the settings from that separate file at the very bottom (just
above the 1;) of the amavis.conf.
This would mean you aren't dirtying up the amavis.conf.
On 04/06/2017 01:46 PM, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> The 'standard' practice for instructions for customizing amavis.conf
> have been to edit the file.
> But after working on the roundcubemail php files, I think I have
> learned a 'better' way?
> amavis.conf is processed sequentially and is all about setting a bunch
> of variables. Thus I *SHOULD* be able to just append my changes at
> the end instead of figuring out all the places to change.
> One caveat with amavis.conf that I have not seen in other .conf files
> is the last line:
> 1; # insure a defined return value
> Again, nothing says this cannot occur more than once, so I *SHOULD* be
> able to end my variable settings append with that line.
> This would make for a cleaner record of changes made, rather than
> remembering all the places that were changed. Also cleaner
> instructions in a howto.
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