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by chirpy
12 Dec 2006, 15:15
Forum: Suggestions (csf)
Topic: LFD - Improvement Suggestions
Replies: 8
Views: 7048

ImZan wrote:But - if I enable the disable option for suspicious files - won't it delete those ?
No, the LF_LF_DIRWATCH_FILE setting doesn't use LF_DIRWATCH_DISABLE
by chirpy
12 Dec 2006, 15:10
Forum: Suggestions (csf)
Topic: CSF - On non Cpanel systems
Replies: 1
Views: 3463

We may be releasing a generic installation of csf+lfd in the future, but I have no timescales for doing so.
by chirpy
12 Dec 2006, 10:36
Forum: Suggestions (csf)
Topic: LFD - Improvement Suggestions
Replies: 8
Views: 7048

lfd already does that with the LF_DIRWATCH_FILE setting and the csf.dirwatch file.
by chirpy
12 Dec 2006, 09:41
Forum: MailScanner
Topic: Spam points
Replies: 4
Views: 5733

If you have our MailWatch Front-End installed you can get a list of all the SA rules installed on the server and their descriptions under the Tools menu within MailWatch.
by chirpy
12 Dec 2006, 09:40
Forum: Report Bugs (csf)
Topic: php.ini location
Replies: 6
Views: 7627

/scripts/installzendopt should have nothing whatsoever to do with phpsuexec - sounds like something else went awry during a apache/php update.
by chirpy
12 Dec 2006, 09:37
Forum: MailScanner
Topic: Just got lost
Replies: 2
Views: 3983

Those replace lines are actual shell commands and that's all you need to run.
by chirpy
11 Dec 2006, 17:05
Forum: Report Bugs (csf)
Topic: php.ini location
Replies: 6
Views: 7627

The simplest way to install it is to use:

/scripts/installzendopt
by chirpy
11 Dec 2006, 16:39
Forum: Report Bugs (cmm)
Topic: Versión not uploaded
Replies: 1
Views: 4360

You probably forgot to remove a previous installation in the directory that you downloaded cmm to as the version in the tarball on the website is correct. Try downloading to a new empty directoty and installing it again.
by chirpy
11 Dec 2006, 16:38
Forum: Report Bugs (csf)
Topic: php.ini location
Replies: 6
Views: 7627

/usr/local/lib/php.ini should be a symlink to /usr/local/Zend/etc/php.ini if you have installed Zend Optimizer correctly, so it does not matter which file you edit. In fact, it's better to edit it via the /usr/local/lib/php.ini symlink since that's the reference that php is looking at.
by chirpy
11 Dec 2006, 16:35
Forum: MailScanner
Topic: MS goofiness
Replies: 2
Views: 4053

You really needed to have had a look at the email headers which would have included the spam scoring and the reasons for the score to help you understand why the emails were receiving a score high enough to be calssed as spam.