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How do i for know version of mailscanner?

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How do i for know version of mailscanner?

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by:jar3817
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Look in the headers of an email sent through it.
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usually you can type in the name with the option --version and it will show you.  The other way is to see what version the package manager thinks is installed:

If rpm/yum distro, use:

rpm -qa | grep <mailscanner package name>

if apt/dpkg distro, use:

dpkg -l | grep <mailscanner package name>
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