With CB2.0, you can update your SpamBlocker 4.x exim.conf more easily with:
Custom exim.conf override
With CustomBulid 2.0 revision 1995+, you'll be able to add a custom exim.conf to this location to have any custom changes saved, and copied over to the /etc/exim.conf:
/usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/custom/exim/exim.confThe call to ./build exim_conf will use this exim.conf, instead of downloading a fresh one. It's recommend you make a diff patch of your exim.conf changes, so that you can later update your exim.conf to a more current version, and re-patch your changes to it.
If you don't have CustomBuild 2.0, you can manually update your SpamBlocker 2.x exim.conf by running the following as root:
wget -O /etc/exim.conf http://files.directadmin.com/services/exim.conf
patch -p0 < /usr/local/directadmin/customapache/exim.conf.dovecot.patch
Note that there are entries in the /etc/exim.conf that should be manually set for your system.
See the readme file for more information. (See the section labelled MANDATORY CHANGES to the SpamBlocker.exim.conf file)
Then restart exim:
/sbin/service exim restart
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