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If you use a mailserver wil very low ram (< 500 MB) and a slow CPU then it might be nescessary to disable the spam- and antivirus filter functions in ISPConfig 3 as amavisd and clamav might be too heavy for your server hardware. The steps to disable clamav and amavisd are:
Edit postfix main.cf file
and comment out these lines by adding a “#” in front of them:
# content_filter = amavis:[127.0.0.1]:10024
# receive_override_options = no_address_mappings
Then restart postfix:
Now stop and disable the services. The following commands are for Debian and Ubuntu, the commands for other Linux distributions may vary
update-rc.d -f clamav-daemon remove
update-rc.d -f clamav-freshclam remove
update-rc.d -f amavis remove
P The normal mail receive and send functions will still work after this modification. But please be aware that disabling amavisd and clamav will disable all spam- and antivirus filtering so that the spamfiltering options that can be configured in the ispconfig interface will have any effect on mail delivery and no spam and viruses will get filtered.
The changes in postfix main.cf will get overwitten by a ispconfig software update when you select to reconfigure services during upadte, so you should comment out the lines again after you install a ispconfig update.
As of today, all ClamAV 0.94 or older installs will stop working. The Debian project has not released updates for their current stable release (5.0) yet to solve this, but there is a workaround. The Debain volatile project provides newer clamav versions. The installation steps to install ClamAV 0.95.3 on Debian lenny are:
1) Add the debian volatile repository to the sources list:
echo “deb http://volatile.debian.org/debian-volatile lenny/volatile main contrib non-free” >> /etc/apt/sources.list
2) Update the sources and install the new clamav package:
apt-get install clamav
apt-get -u upgrade
3) If you use amavisd-new (e.g. if you use a ISPConfig 3 server) then restart amavisd:
ISPConfig 2 uses ClamAV (http://www.clamav.net) as virus scanner and the E-mail Sanitizer (http://www.impsec.org/email-tools/procmail-security.html) as content filter.