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Mon Mar 29 23:06:26 UTC 2010

  if [ -f /etc/aliases ] || [ -L /etc/aliases ]; then
    if ! grep -qi "^clamav" /etc/aliases; then
      echo "clamav: root" >> /etc/aliases
      newal=3D`which newaliases || true`
      if [ -n "$newal" ] && [ -x "$newal" ]; then
        $newal || true

This means there is no way for me to not have the clamav alias in
/etc/aliases, for instance if I want to have it defined somewhere else.

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