I've just installed the latest linux slackware distro on my computer. I've copied over my old computer's sendmail (all of etc/mail, in fact) and the getmail pop client script. Things work more-or-less fine, but getmail is returning errors:
2011-11-01 15:35:07 Delivery error (command procmail 2659 wrote to stderr: /bin/sh: spamassassin: No such file or directory
procmail: Program failure (127) of "spamassassin"
procmail: Rescue of unfiltered data succeeded)
2011-11-01 15:35:07 msg 15/16 (2379 bytes) msgid 1320175129.22769.mail55,S=2379 from <email@example.com>
The problem is, this isn't just a warning. It causes the getmail to fail. Then, when getmail runs again, it gets all the same messages again, etc. My mailbox is filling up with the same messages over and over!
I had spamassasin installed on the old computer, but not on this one. I absolutely cannot find why or where it is trying to run sendmail. I've looked in my local .mailrc, I all the files in /etc/mail including sendmail.cf. I cannot find any reference to spamassassin!
For right now, I'd simply like to all components of the mail system from looking for spamassassin so I can get my email. Can anyone help me find this thing?
Slackware distro 13.37, kernel 22.214.171.124-smp.