Quote from http://www.ordb.org/news/?id=38:
We regret to inform you that ORDB.org, at the ripe age of five and a half, is shutting down. It’s been a case of a long goodbye as very little work has gone into maintaining ORDB for a while.
We encourage system owners to remove ORDB checks from their mailers immediately and start investigating alternative methods of spam filtering.
So, if you use relays.ordb.org in exim RBL ACL, or ORDB-RBL in the MailScanner “Spam List” setting, remove it asap.Note: We do not configure either exim or MailScanner to use this RBL when we perform the MailScanner Sevice package work
If you’re unexpectedly seeing the following in /var/log/maillog for emails blocked with zip file attachments:ClamAVModule::INFECTED:: Oversized.Zip::Then you may have not reinstalled the Mail::ClamAV perl module after upgrading ClamAV recently. The MailScanner Front-End does upgrade the perl module for you, but if you perform the ClamAV upgrade manually, then you need to be sure to run:
/scripts/perlinstaller –force Mail::ClamAV
It’s important to use –force otherwise the perl module most likely won’t be reinstalled (i.e. if the version of the perl module hasn’t changed).Then restart MailScanner:
service MailScanner restart
ClamAV have released a new version 0.88.7 with the following changes:
Mon Dec 11 02:47:03 CET 2006—————————-
- Added auto-detection of additional exim port (same as SSH port) which will be added to TCP_IN on csf installation (or if in TESTING mode)
- Only report PT_USERMEM and PT_USERTIME PIDs once