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Thread: [SOLVED] amavisd.conf, non-persistent? (6,07_GA_NE)

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    Exclamation [SOLVED] amavisd.conf, non-persistent? (6,07_GA_NE)

    Hi guys
    There are something rare, after 6.07_GA NE upgrade, changes I made in amavisd.conf are not persistent.

    Probably amavis start up script have been modified recently to replace the modified config file with a new fresh file each time amavis is started.

    What do you suggest to make file persistent?



    Thanks :-Poko:-

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    /opt/zimbra/conf/amavisd.conf = WRONG file to edit

    /opt/zimbra/conf/amavisd.conf.in = Correct file to edit

    Its always been like this , not specific to 6,07_GA_NE. moreover there are many template configuration files with *.in extension zimbra uses.

    Raj
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    Hooo man please!!!...was a question for rookies?? ... the most rare thing, I've always changed this file, and so far it had worked properly, at least for previous Zimbra version.

    Anyway, thanks Raj

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    Changing amavisd.conf might work temporarily, but it probably gets overwritten when you stop/start zimbra (or zmamavisdctl, or anything that calls zmamavisdctl).

    Even amavisd.conf.in may get overwritten on upgrade, so if you change it, I'd recommend making a backup of the changes.

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