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    Default convertd/cnvcache getting large

    I've got 3 gigabytes in /opt/zimbra/convertd/cnvcache, with 11,632 items going back to July 9. Server is 4.5.6_GA_1044.RHEL4_64-20070706134444 NE.

    Is something supposed to clean this up?

    Can that directory be omitted from backups and skipped when moving server hardware?

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    Another interesting directory: amavisd-new-2.4.3/quarantine

    That seems to clean itself up after a week, but I hadn't known that amavis would quarantine things for reasons other than spam or clamav. Here's a false positive that might be critical for some people:

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