Le jeudi 27 octobre 2005 à 17:37 -0400, Daniel J Walsh a écrit :
Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
> I'm using postfix with the amavid-new spam/virus mail filter. In this
> type of configuration the MTA sends every processed mail to the filter
> daemon on one port, and receives the result of the filtering on another.
> The online documentation is not too clear, but the commonly used ports
> seem to be on the 10024-10026 range. In my setup the MTA listens on port
> 10026 and the filter on port 10025.
Looks like these ports are used by amavisd
portcon tcp 10024 system_u:object_r:amavisd_recv_port_t
portcon tcp 10025 system_u:object_r:amavisd_send_port_t
And reading policy states that postfix can listen on the send port.
Are you seeing any avc messages?
Ok, thanks, I have an old amavisd install that pre-dates FE packaging,
and the amavisd/postfix doc proposed both 10024/10025 and 10025/10026
ports as good setup choices.
Since Fedora chose 10024/10025, I'll do the same here.