Max servers -
The number of pre-forked children created by amavis. Note that each child process will typically use over 150mb of memory.
Max requests -
The number of requests for an amavis child process before it is retired.
My hostname -
The hostname of the server. This must be a fully qualified domain name.
My networks -
An IP access list which determines if the original SMTP client IP address belongs to our internal networks, i.e. mail is coming from inside. It is much like the Postfix parameter "mynetworks" in semantics and similar in syntax, and its value should normally match the Postfix counterpart.
Default: 127.0.0.0/8 [::1] [FE80::]/10 [FEC0::]/10 10.0.0.0/8 172.16.0.0/12 192.168.0.0/16
Log level -
The Amavis debugging log level.
Log template -
The log template used by amavis. Use simple for busy servers or verbose if you want to log more information including matched rule scores.
Use syslog -
Enable logging to syslog and the mail log instead of logging to a separate amavisd log file. Extremely busy servers might want to uncheck this so that amavis will log to a seperate log file.
Log file -
The log file to log to when use syslog is disabled.
SpamAssassin debug -
A comma seperated list of SpamAssassin plugins to debug. Use "all" to debug all plugins.
Localhost name -
The EHLO name used to identify the domain name of the sending host to SMTP.
Default: your hostname
Inet ACL -
Allow SMTP access only from these networks.
Default: 127.0.0.1 [::1]
Final spam destiny -
The action should be taken when an spam message is found.
Final virus destiny -
The action should be taken when an virus message is found.
Final banned file destiny -
The action should be taken when a message with a banned attachment is found.
Final bad header destiny -
The action should be taken when a message with bad mail header is found.