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    Postfix/clamav admin email


    I am getting an email from amavis or clamav every time there is a virus detected and it is going to an email from an old domain postfix had (postmaster@olddomain.com). Where is postfix/clamav/amavis getting this email from?

    /etc/mailname has:
    newdomain.com
    does anyone know where it is getting this email?
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    There must be some configuration setting in postfix or clam that defines where admin email messages get sent.
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    Check your /etc/clamav-milter.conf and /etc/clamd.conf. It's probably the option in one of those.
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