I've recently installed OpenEMM 6.0 on an Ubuntu server with sendmail. Things seem to be running smoothly except for two problems.
Our last test of a thousand mailings yesterday seemed to have generated and recorded bounces but I have also been noticing a constant stream of the following messages in maillog.
They seem to come in every 20 seconds or so (I guess, as other bounces are coming in). Considering that the bounce rate is lower than we'd expect, does this mean that bounces are not getting processed (or that not all of them are getting processed)?Dec 10 14:43:47 news sendmail: nBAJhlO1005428: Milter (bav): local socket name /home/openemm/var/run/openemm/bav.sock unsafe
Dec 10 14:43:47 news sendmail: nBAJhlO1005428: Milter (bav): to error state
Dec 10 14:43:47 news sendmail: nBAJhlO1005428: Milter: initialization failed, temp failing commands
In addition, I've noticed that restarting openemm doesn't seem to recreate bav.sock in /home/openemm/var/run . I essentially have to restart the server in order to see the socket again.
Also, every time sendmail starts it throws:
Something seems to be off about bav.sock but since I can't get more detailed logs. Permissions on bav.sock areStarting sendmails: listener WARNING: Xbav: local socket name /home/openemm/var/run/openemm/bav.sock missing
Is there anything I could do to get more info about the problem or anything I could do to make sendmail happy?srwxr-xr-x 1 openemm openemm 0 2009-12-10 14:24 bav.sock