PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

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PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby rasikau » Thu Oct 25, 2018 3:11 am

Dear All,
I'm trying activate Amavis module in PolicyD. Even-though the cbpolicyd.conf shows it as active the log file says Amavis module disabled

[2018/10/25-08:28:43 - 50037] [CORE] NOTICE: => AccessControl: enabled
[2018/10/25-08:28:43 - 50037] [CORE] NOTICE: => Accounting: disabled
[2018/10/25-08:28:43 - 50037] [CORE] NOTICE: => Amavis: disabled
[2018/10/25-08:28:43 - 50037] [CORE] NOTICE: => CheckHelo: enabled
[2018/10/25-08:28:43 - 50037] [CORE] NOTICE: => CheckSPF: enabled
[2018/10/25-08:28:43 - 50037] [CORE] NOTICE: => Greylisting: disabled
[2018/10/25-08:28:43 - 50037] [CORE] NOTICE: => Quotas: enabled
[2018/10/25-08:28:43 - 50037] [CORE] NOTICE: => Protocol(Postfix): enabled

Please assist me on how to activate Amavis module on CBPolicyD.

Thanks in Advance.


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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby phoenix » Thu Oct 25, 2018 6:09 am

Have you looked at either of the two wiki articles on enabling and configuring PolicyD?
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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby DualBoot » Thu Oct 25, 2018 9:30 am

Hello,

did you set zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled to true at global configuration or/and at server level ?

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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby rasikau » Tue Oct 30, 2018 7:57 am

Dear Both Thanks for the replies.

Yes I checked wiki articles on enabling and configuring PolicyD and followed the same process.

I set zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled in global level using "zmprov ms `zmhostname` zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled TRUE" command and I can see the module is enabled in cbpolicyd.conf file (refer the attchment)

Kindly assist.
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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby DualBoot » Tue Oct 30, 2018 10:52 am

Hello,

I set zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled in global level using "zmprov ms `zmhostname` zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled TRUE"

Does not set the setting at global level, for that you need to run

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zmprov mcf zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled TRUE


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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby rasikau » Mon Nov 19, 2018 3:41 pm

Dear DualBoot,
Tried enabling global level with the code given, but no chance.

[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CBPOLICYD] NOTICE: Module load started...
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CORE] NOTICE: => AccessControl: enabled
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CORE] NOTICE: => Accounting: disabled
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CORE] NOTICE: => Amavis: disabled
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CORE] NOTICE: => CheckHelo: enabled
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CORE] NOTICE: => CheckSPF: enabled
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CORE] NOTICE: => Greylisting: disabled
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CORE] NOTICE: => Quotas: enabled
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CORE] NOTICE: => Protocol(Postfix): enabled
[2018/11/19-21:13:39 - 5232] [CBPOLICYD] NOTICE: Module load done.

Any idea how to activate this module? or any other ways to configure attachment limit user wise?
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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby phoenix » Mon Nov 19, 2018 3:47 pm

How about confirming it's enabled status by running the following command:

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zmprov gcf zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled
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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby sham » Mon Oct 28, 2019 8:13 pm

I have the same problem. Is there a solution?

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[zimbra@mail cbpolicyd]$ zmprov gs `zmhostname` zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled
# name myserver
zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled: TRUE
[zimbra@mail cbpolicyd]$ zmprov gcf zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled
zimbraCBPolicydAmavisEnabled: TRUE

In /opt/zimbra/conf/cbpolicyd.conf

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# Modules to load
modules=<<EOT
Core
AccessControl
Accounting
Amavis
CheckHelo
CheckSPF
Greylisting
Quotas
EOT

and

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# Amavis module
[Amavis]
enable=1 # Disabled by default

But when I start cbpolicyd in log I see

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[2019/10/28-23:03:10 - 4304] [CORE] NOTICE:   => Amavis: disabled

Сan anyone help me?
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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby Bittone » Thu Oct 31, 2019 3:09 pm

Hello,
a simple hint should help you:

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zmprov gs <your server  > | grep Accounting


After that is simple.

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Re: PolicyD Amavis Module Activation

Postby sham » Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:59 pm

After that, in cbpolicyd log I see:
[2020/01/15-18:55:57 - 2609] [CORE] NOTICE: => AccessControl: enabled
[2020/01/15-18:55:57 - 2609] [CORE] NOTICE: => Accounting: enabled
[2020/01/15-18:55:57 - 2609] [CORE] NOTICE: => Amavis: disabled
[2020/01/15-18:55:57 - 2609] [CORE] NOTICE: => CheckHelo: disabled
[2020/01/15-18:55:57 - 2609] [CORE] NOTICE: => CheckSPF: disabled
[2020/01/15-18:55:57 - 2609] [CORE] NOTICE: => Greylisting: enabled
[2020/01/15-18:55:57 - 2609] [CORE] NOTICE: => Quotas: enabled
[2020/01/15-18:55:57 - 2609] [CORE] NOTICE: => Protocol(Postfix): enabled

Amavis module is still disabled.

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