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  1. I just wonder if the kaspersky antispam for Linux server is supported on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server v10 (SLES10)? It is mentioned in its documentation that SLES 9 is one of its requirements, but I'm asking is it supported officially on SUSE 10?
  2. My timezone is Africa/Cairo Do I need to run "touch" command on the kas files under /usr/local/ap-mailfilter3, In addition to ntp client configuration?
  3. Hi All, I have a strange problem, I have kas3 installed on a Linux machine (postfix), After I changed my system time according to local DST, I receive a large number of mails from cron service (nearly 300 message daily) saying that time stamp of some files is in furture. Here is a sample message: Subject: Cron <mailflt3@smtpgw> /usr/local/ap-mailfilter3/bin/sfupdates -q -M From: "Cron Daemon" <root@mydomain.com> Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2008 22:21:41 +0200 To: <postmaster@mydomain.com> tar: ./data.set: time stamp 2008-09-02 00:21:10 is 3588 s in the future tar: ./data.set.idn: time stamp 2008-09-02 00:21:10 is 3588 s in the future tar: ./defs.check: time stamp 2008-09-02 00:21:10 is 3588 s in the future tar: ./jp.data.set: time stamp 2008-09-02 00:21:10 is 3588 s in the future tar: def/src/dnsblacklists/surbls.xml: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:30 is 67 s in the future tar: def/src/dnsblacklists/uribl.xml: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:30 is 67 s in the future tar: def/src/dnsblacklists/kas_surbl.xml: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:30 is 67 s in the future tar: def/src/dnsblacklists/kas_dnsbl.xml: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:30 is 67 s in the future tar: def/base/emails.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/iplists.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/profiles.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/base-lists.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/common-allow.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/common-deny.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/common-ipallow.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/common-ipdeny.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/group-allow.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/group-deny.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/group-ipallow.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/group-ipdeny.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/group-member.xml.macro: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/base-allow.xml: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/base-deny.xml: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/base-ipallow.xml: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/base-ipdeny.xml: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/rule-config.conf: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future tar: def/base/action-config.conf: time stamp 2008-09-01 23:22:25 is 56 s in the future How can I resolve this problem?
  4. hi i need your help to resolve the following problem: i have installed kaspersky antivirus, anti-spam gateway for linux (scmsmtpgw-linux package) on a suse Linux enterprise server SP2 the internal mail server is postfix 2.1 the problem is: messages do not reach the recipient mailbox from the mail log i can conclude the following: - the kaspersky anti-spam gateway receives mails scans them , and send them to the postfix server - the postfix server generates some log lines then can not reach the recipient mail box Note : i have tested the postfix server itself and it works fine
  5. hi i have installed kapersky 5.5 with lotus domino 7 on linux (suse enterprise server 9) machine but i noticed that all tasks are completed successfully such as kavmonitor and kavscanner -as the event viewer says- but both kavmonitor , kavscanner are not listed in the running processes and kaspersky does not scan any mail. how can check that?
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