On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 01:11:44AM +0100, Eric Elena wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Jan 2019 11:08:02 +0100 Gilles Chehade wrote:
> > I may sound a bit harsh, but starting a thread with "this is my last try
> > or I'll switch" (as if it actually matters) right before telling someone
> > who wants to help you that you actually tried _nothing_ then blaming the
> > code improvements for a use-case that could have never worked because it
> > not only uses the wrong _documented_ mechanism but also because the code
> > to make your use-case work has never existed, kinds of irritates me.
> > 
> > I don't get royalties on smtpd install, please install whatever software
> > fits your use case, this is how proper engineering works.
> First of all thank you Gilles (and all the others who contributed to
> this project) for your amazing work on OpenSMTPD!
> That said, there is a kind of sender rewriting mechanism in OpenSMTP.
> Well, it works for me (tm) I'm not saying it's perfect, it might be an
> overkill but at least it does what I want it to do. The conf is
> included below (only the part for rewriting the sender
> address):
> [...]
> When a mail is received (listen on all):
> - check if it is rejected
> - if not, if the email if for toto@my.domain, forward it to the very
> same OpenSMTP daemon on port 10030 using the authenticated user foo and
> using masq@my.domain as the MAIL-FROM in the SMTP session (enveloppe)
> - when an email is received on port 10030, tag it with the label MASQ.
> The authenticated user is allowed to send an email as the user
> masq@my.domain. The keyword masquerade modifies the From header (the
> message itself) to match the address given in the SMTP session
> - at that point, the sender address is rewritten both in the SMTP
> session and the headers
> - if the email is for toto@my.domain and is tagged with the label MASQ,
> the virtual user address is expanded to the real email address
> - continue like a normal message
> There is probably room for improvement but I hope this helps.

indeed, a bit overkill and now that we have removed the blockers we must
come up with a simpler way to achieve that...

but what you did, that's smart :-)

Gilles Chehade                                                 @poolpOrg

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