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    Can anyone tell me how to disable the anti-spam service from the command line? When I try to do it from the admin console there's some weird bug that gives me this message:

    Invalid Value

    Message: Error! Value for MTA Trusted Networks must contain local network interfaces: [our IPs].
    Additional information about MTA Trusted Networks configuration can be found at ZimbraMtaMyNetworks - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Our MTA Trusted Networks value actually does contain the IPs it reports, though.

    Anyway, in short I'm just wondering how I could do this from the command line.

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    This error comes when you dont have proper subnet mask in place. Reverify your valur of MTAMyNetworks . Disabling AS/AV wont help in this case.

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    A few questions:

    Quote Originally Posted by That Guy from that Place View Post
    Can anyone tell me how to disable the anti-spam service from the command line? When I try to do it from the admin console there's some weird bug that gives me this message:
    Why are you trying to do this? What's wrong with your AS/AV set-up?


    Quote Originally Posted by That Guy from that Place View Post
    Our MTA Trusted Networks value actually does contain the IPs it reports, though.
    Could post the output of the Checking the current configuration from the wiki article.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    A few questions:

    Why are you trying to do this? What's wrong with your AS/AV set-up?
    We use Postini for our anti-spam service. We wanted to give Zimbra's AS service a try to see how it would work along with Postini, but we decided to stick with just Postini. We are keeping AV, though.

    Could post the output of the Checking the current configuration from the wiki article.
    Maybe I'm being paranoid but I'm a little uncomfortable posting our IPs. I don't know how useful this will be, but here's the output of those commands with the IPs edited:

    $ zmprov getServer mta2.ourdomain.com | grep zimbraMtaMyNetworks
    zimbraMtaMyNetworks: x.y.0.0/16, 127.0.0.0/8, 64.18.0.0/20, 10.0.80.0/24, 172.31.0.5, 172.31.255.254, 172.31.88.71, 172.31.88.72, 172.31.142.71, 209.213.219.6, 75.125.144.82, x.y.a.b, x.y.a.c
    $ postconf mynetworks
    mynetworks = x.y.0.0/16, 127.0.0.0/8, 64.18.0.0/20, 10.0.80.0/24, 172.31.0.5, 172.31.255.254, 172.31.88.71, 172.31.88.72, 172.31.142.71, 209.213.219.6, 75.125.144.82, x.y.a.b, x.y.a.c
    We own x.y.0.0/16. x.y.a.b and x.y.a.c are the IPs of the two NICs in this mail server (though x.y.0.0/16 should cover that). I notice that other examples don't use commas. I don't imagine this could be throwing it off? Otherwise, I would think we would be having much more serious issues.

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    I think I found how to do this from another post. Does this look like it'd do the trick?

    Code:
    zmprov ms server.domain.com -zimbraServiceEnabled Antispam

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