Virtualmin and Mailgraph tracking viruses and spam

Guys, we have a vm server dedicated to email and it's working great. We also installed mailgraph which provides a nice overview of message flow on the server.

However, mailgraph isn't showing virus or spam messages caught by the system. That appears to need amavisd in order to track those items. Is there a way we can get this working with virtualmin?

-- Craig



Howdy -- unfortunately, I'm not familiar with mailgraph, so I'm not really sure what would go into configuring that, or if it will work at all.

However, taking a peek at the docs and the source code, it does appear that mailgraph supports multiple types of mail server, it shouldn't require Amavis (though, Amavis is one of the supported systems).

It appears to use /var/log/syslog by default for it's logfiles -- you may want to try pointing it to /var/log/maillog to see if that helps.

On CentOS, most related logs (including spam detection) are located in /var/log/maillog.

ClamAV puts it's logs, by default, into /var/log/clamav/clamd.log.

ClamAV's logging can be configured in /etc/clamd.conf,