[qmailtoaster] QMT on CentOS 6? Alternatives?

2012-01-28 Thread Angus McIntyre
Reading the list archives, it looks as if QMT on CentOS 6 is more or less at the It won't work but you're welcome to try stage. Can anyone tell me exactly which parts of QMT are broken? Most of the messages I've seen suggest that it's primarily down to issues with current versions of PHP which,

[qmailtoaster] Problems building vpopmail on CentOS 6

2012-01-29 Thread Angus McIntyre
I'm trying to build qmailtoaster on a CentOS 6 box, and I've made reasonable progress so far (I'll post my install notes when done, in the hope that they may help someone). However, I've run up against a blocker that I don't know how to solve. Using the install script, the build of 'vpopmail'

[qmailtoaster] How to pass library arguments to rpmbuild?

2012-02-05 Thread Angus McIntyre
I'm trying to build qmailtoaster on a CentOS 5.7 build, and the vpopmail-toaster build is failing. The exact command that's breaking it is: gcc -g -O2 -Wall -o vchkpw vchkpw.o md5.o hmac_md5.o libvpopmail.a -L/usr/lib64/mysql -lmysqlclient -lz -lm -lcrypt which throws lots of undefined

Re: [qmailtoaster] CentOS and Perl versions

2012-02-07 Thread Angus McIntyre
Dan McAllister wrote: If you want bleeding edge support for packages, you shouldn't be running CentOS because that runs counter to the very principles of that Linux Distribution. So I have discovered. Yes, the fault is mine because I didn't read the label on the tin that said Just do it our

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Backscatter Block Listing

2012-02-13 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: ... Authenticated users on port 25 bypass all of spamdyke's filters, so my guess at this point is that one (or more) of your users' login credentials have been compromised. Have a look at your smtp log, and see if you can determine which account(s) is being authenticated

[qmailtoaster] QMT CentOS 5.7/64 - submission port cannot allocate memory

2012-02-14 Thread Angus McIntyre
I have a qmailtoaster install running on a 64-bit CentOS 5.7. As far as I can tell, almost all of it works correctly - mail is flowing in and out successfully. However, when I try to submit a message on port 587, the connection closes. The log shows: 2012-02-14 22:26:16.919911500 tcpserver: ok

Re: [qmailtoaster] QMT CentOS 5.7/64 - submission port cannot allocate memory

2012-02-14 Thread Angus McIntyre
of the reasons qmailtoaster will be distributed in rpm packages Regards On 15 February 2012 05:32, Angus McIntyre an...@pobox.com wrote: I have a qmailtoaster install running on a 64-bit CentOS 5.7. As far as I can tell, almost all of it works correctly - mail is flowing in and out successfully

Re: [qmailtoaster] QMT CentOS 5.7/64 - submission port cannot allocate memory

2012-02-14 Thread Angus McIntyre
Délsio Cabá wrote: Try to upgade gcc and recompite it again gcc seems to be the latest approved version for CentOS. QMT was built with that version. I'm also having trouble with POP. The logs don't show any problems (except for a 'status 256' response) but no mail is transferred. When I

[qmailtoaster] SOLVED Re: [qmailtoaster] QMT CentOS 5.7/64 - submission port cannot allocate memory

2012-02-14 Thread Angus McIntyre
that I think I'm almost at the end of the things-that-can-go-wrong (many of which were the product of my own boneheadedness), I really appreciate all the hard work you guys put in to save me from all the things that could go wrong but didn't. Thanks again, Angus Angus McIntyre wrote: Délsio

Re: [qmailtoaster] QMT CentOS 5.7/64 - submission port cannot allocate memory

2012-02-16 Thread Angus McIntyre
Johannes Weberhofer wrote: I have seen problems like that after replacing the server by a new one: When I falsely copied over the complete /home/vpopmail and /var/qmail directories from the old systems, I overwrote the newly compiled binaries on the target systems... Am 15.02.12 16:38,

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: QMT CentOS 5.7/64 - submission port cannot allocate memory

2012-02-16 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: On 02/16/2012 05:28 AM, Angus McIntyre wrote: It seems to me that these three causes/solutions all belong in the Troubleshooting section of the wiki. Should I create a wiki login and add them ... Please do this yourself if you will Angus. As you're the person who

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Authentication methods

2012-02-17 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: I've been wanting for some time now to get a team of people together to address webmail for QMT. The horde toaster project stalled because of me (sorry for that). My recollection of horde is that it's a horror to install and administer, but I may be behind the times.

[qmailtoaster] qmailtoaster and mailman - group mismatch error

2012-02-24 Thread Angus McIntyre
I'm trying to get Mailman working with qmailtoaster on CentOS 5.7, in order to support some existing mailman groups. I'm following the instructions given at: http://wiki.qmailtoaster.com/index.php/Mailman including downloading the patched version of Mailman from the qtp-CentOS repository.

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: qmailtoaster and mailman - group mismatch error

2012-02-24 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: On 02/24/2012 07:33 AM, Angus McIntyre wrote: I'm trying to get Mailman working with qmailtoaster on CentOS 5.7, in order to support some existing mailman groups. Good for you, Angus. I hope I'm not the only one using mailman w/ QMT, but you might be the first to do

Re: [qmailtoaster] qmailtoaster and mailman - group mismatch error

2012-02-28 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Feb 24, 2012, at 2:38 PM, Eric Shubert wrote: I think I understand better now. I think it's in the local delivery part where the message is passed to mailman that's kicking the error. Let me double check the spec for that config option, and rebuild the binary. Then we'll know for sure.

Re: [qmailtoaster] qmailtoaster and mailman - group mismatch error

2012-03-09 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Mar 2, 2012, at 5:52 PM, Eric Shubert wrote: I think I found your problem. There was no qtp mailman package for x86_64 built, so I'm guessing you had the stock version. I've built mailman-2.1.12 for x86_64 and put it in the qtp-CentOS repo. That should get you further. Let us know how

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: CentOS 6 install update?

2012-03-21 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: Is there some sort of urgency about COS6 that I'm missing? There's nothing in it that I'm aware of which QMT can leverage in any way. I'm all ears if someone would care to fill me in. The interest in CentOS 6 is presumably not that it provides new features that QMT can

[qmailtoaster] qtp-newmodel and non-standard packages

2012-08-05 Thread Angus McIntyre
The release of the new toaster (thank you, Eric) has made me eager to upgrade to the latest and greatest. But ... I have upgraded a couple of packages (ssh, php) past their expected/approved version for CentOS 5. As a result, when I try to install, I get: Missing Dependency: php-common =

Re: [qmailtoaster] Move SPAM mail automatically

2012-08-20 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Broch wrote: On 8/20/2012 8:40 AM, Christian Ferrati wrote: There is a way to set qmail-spamassin to automatically move all incoming Email renamed as ***SPAM*** to a spam folder? I have the users I consult use the email client--Thunderbird, etc...--to move all mail marked as spam

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Non Alpha characters in email addresses!

2012-10-01 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: On 10/01/2012 08:49 AM, Tony White wrote: Hi all, Can someone enlighten me please? I have a client that would like to have their new email address like this... fredma...@mydomain.com Will the ampersand cause any issues please? Qmail will handle it ok ... You

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Clam and Spam Issues

2012-10-11 Thread Angus McIntyre
Mike Tirpak wrote: On 04/10/2012 14:19, Mike Tirpak wrote: I upgraded clamav a couple of days ago and everything went fine. Clamav would catch everything with a virus attached inside a zip file. Over the past two days, I've gotten two emails that have zip files with viruses inside them. Is

Re: [qmailtoaster] isolog

2012-10-26 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Broch wrote: ... I'm getting the following error after the fact and don't know what it means. /usr/share/toaster/isoqlog/bin/cron.sh: line 20: 12280 Segmentation fault $ISOQLOG /dev/null 2 /dev/null I see those occasionally during the course of normal operations. My guess has been

Re: [qmailtoaster] re: attacks

2012-11-07 Thread Angus McIntyre
Cecil Yother, Jr. wrote: I am seeing a pronounced increase in attacks on one of my servers. Is anyone else experiencing this too? If by attacks you mean grinders attempting to guess SMTP usernames and passwords, yes. Over the last few months, they seem to be getting faster, and over the last

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Squirrelmail alternatives? Looking for recs

2012-12-07 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: Why wouldn't you use the native mail program on an Ipad? I use a native mail program on any mobile device. (K-9 mail on android) The Apple Mail client will pull stuff only from your top-level inbox. I use procmail to sort some kinds of traffic - mailing lists, for example

Re: [qmailtoaster] Gmail and ATT blacklisted my server - HELP!?

2013-01-04 Thread Angus McIntyre
Michael Maness wrote: My qmail toaster has been installed and running for 6+ years and now gmail and ATT have blacklisted my server from sending email to their domains. They claim blacklisting due to abuse, I've looked at the logs through ISOQLOG and everything appears to be normal. You may

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Detecting compromised accounts

2013-02-03 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: I'd very much like to see a throttle put on qmail-remote which would allow a per-user interval to be specified. When abuse occurs, the send queue would grow noticably, which could easily be monitored. Can you run Spamassassin on outgoing mails? If a user account suddenly

Re: [qmailtoaster] I did not send that email titled Hey? Any ideas how it got sent please?

2013-04-08 Thread Angus McIntyre
Tony White wrote: I only recently opened up a Yahoo email account for testing. It seems that email came from there! Can anyone suggest how it got to you folks? Yahoo! accounts have been generating a lot of this kind of spam lately. Yahoo! have claimed to have fixed the exploit that allows

Re: [qmailtoaster] SpamAssassin Working?

2013-11-01 Thread Angus McIntyre
Tim Whitaker wrote: Are you running Spamdyke? No I don't believe so, but I can look into installing it. Spamdyke is definitely worth having. It will reject a large amount of spam at the earliest possible point, through things like graylisting and rDNS checks. This means that the spam doesn't

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Blocked.

2013-11-21 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: I honestly don't understand fail2ban in any detail. I wonder though, if perhaps it's set up such that if someone's authentication fails, then it changes iptables such that nobody can attempt to authenticate any more (like blocking port 587 for any address). That'd be

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: failure notice

2013-11-22 Thread Angus McIntyre
System Admin wrote: Hi Angus, Care to share I banned a bunch of Chinese class C's I think these were the networks I ended up banning because they had so many grinders running on them. Not all are Chinese: the 195.x are Czech, the 62.x are Polish, and the 193.x are in Latvia, so consider

Re: [qmailtoaster] clamav-toaster-0.98.1-1.4.6 is available

2014-01-21 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Jan 18, 2014, at 11:08 AM, Eric Shubert e...@shubes.net wrote: The latest clamav (0.98.1, released this past Tuesday) is available for QMT. It can be upgraded via traditional methods (qtp-newmodel) ... As always, please post here if you have any problem with it. I've installed it on a

Re: [qmailtoaster] re: hack attempts

2014-02-20 Thread Angus McIntyre
cj yother wrote: Is anyone else experiencing a rise in attempted account access over the past 24 hours? Over the past week or so, I've seen very large numbers of password-guessing attempts: other hosts trying to authenticate against SMTP. They seem to try 'admin@', 'info@', 'support@',

Re: [qmailtoaster] re: hack attempts

2014-02-20 Thread Angus McIntyre
Dan McAllister wrote: Angus -- would you mind sharing with the group how you implemented the fail2ban on your system. It should probably go into the WIKI (if its not already there -- too lazy to check just now). I added a write-up of the things that have worked for me at:

Re: [qmailtoaster] re: hack attempts

2014-02-20 Thread Angus McIntyre
Dave M wrote: I installed long time ago from this guide and tweeked it for my needs. http://wiki.qmailtoaster.com/index.php/Fail2Ban sigh I should have searched, instead of eye-balling the contents list (and somehow missing that the guide was already there). I'll back out my changes and

Re: [qmailtoaster] hack attempts

2014-02-20 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Feb 20, 2014, at 11:27 AM, cj yother c...@yother.com wrote: I see you all are experiencing basically what I am. I have Fail2Ban installed with e mail notifications and that's what brought it to my attention. I usually see 3 or 4 attempts a day and over the past few days it's been 30

Re: [qmailtoaster] Blocking more spam

2014-02-24 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Feb 22, 2014, at 12:18 PM, Eric Shubert e...@shubes.net wrote: It's not a terrible idea though. I wonder if fail2ban could be configured to count DENIED_RDNS messages for each IP address, and if there were more than a certain number of failed attempts in a given time period, then block

Re: [qmailtoaster] dspam

2014-03-20 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Nov 18, 2013, at 10:32 AM, Eric Broch ebr...@whitehorsetc.com wrote: I've been working on getting DSPAM deployed and have implemented it on my own (CentOS 5) email server with great results. Eric, many belated thanks for this detailed write-up. Using this, plus the John M. Simpson page

Re: [qmailtoaster] dspam

2014-03-23 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Mar 20, 2014, at 6:34 PM, Eric Broch ebr...@whitehorsetc.com wrote: Your welcome. Since November, I've created a much easier automated install here. Be sure to look at the Readme file. And, as always, check the script. Hmm. That seems to be an FTP link. I tried logging on as 'guest', but

[qmailtoaster] qmail-dk

2014-03-26 Thread Angus McIntyre
What's the current thinking on qmail-dk? I've been debugging a case where some emails that I was expecting didn't arrive, and I eventually traced it to: @4000533200332362fb9c qmail-smtpd: qq hard reject (qmail-dk: Cannot sign message due to invalid message syntax. (#5.3.0)):

[qmailtoaster] fail2ban - now more than ever

2014-04-03 Thread Angus McIntyre
If you haven't implemented fail2ban on your qmail toasters, think seriously about doing so. There are at least two botnet-based password-guessing campaigns currently ongoing. One is trying SMTP authentication against role accounts (e.g. 'admin@', 'info@') at known domains. It was this one that

Re: [qmailtoaster] fail2ban - now more than ever

2014-04-03 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Broch wrote: I've installed f2b on my home and a clients email server. One problem that manifested itself was the inability to use FTP, from anywhere outside my network firewall. Before turning on f2b and the QTP firewall script (firewall.sh) those 'outside' could access my ftp site.

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: fail2ban - now more than ever

2014-04-03 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: You probably should also change the listen_port so you're not using standard ports at all. Same rationale as not using ssh on port 22. I generally don't believe in security by obscurity, but at least it keeps the script kiddies at bay. Sadly, not for long. I get periodic

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: fail2ban - now more than ever

2014-04-04 Thread Angus McIntyre
Dan McAllister wrote: I'm very much not a fan of re-assigning well-known-ports to other locations (like FTP or SSH). Most of us admins have static IPs where we work, if not where we live. If you try to SSH into any of my servers (other than just 1 that is not especially public), you'll be

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: to catch all or no

2014-05-19 Thread Angus McIntyre
Tonix - Antonio Nati wrote: About deleting all email for not existing users, I consider it a bad service to customers, as they have legitimate raports with business partners, and if someone writes to the wrong address it is correct and ethical to report them back that address is wrong, so

Re: [qmailtoaster] http service survey

2014-05-28 Thread Angus McIntyre
On May 28, 2014, at 3:17 AM, Erik Wramner erik.wram...@codemint.com wrote: Personally I would prefer to stick with Apache or (ideally) to make the package work with both depending on which one is available. Nginx is great, but most shops I work with use Apache and know it well. It works and

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Roundcube Survey

2014-05-29 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Broch wrote: On 5/29/2014 2:59 PM, Eric Shubert wrote: On 05/29/2014 12:01 PM, Edwin Casimero wrote: What my users demand is a company wide address book. Have you implemented this on QMT? If so, would you care to explain how you did it? And, calendering. Sounds like what you need is

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Roundcube Survey

2014-05-29 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: I'm not necessarily against providing horde .qt. packages, but someone else will need to step up to help make that happen. Note, it's possible that I'll change my tune once I become more familiar with it. ;) Horde has the reputation of being horrifying to install and

[qmailtoaster] TLS 'connect failed' issues mailing 'me.com'

2014-07-11 Thread Angus McIntyre
Attempts to send messages to a user at 'me.com' (whose mail exchanger is at Apple's 'icloud.com') have been failing consistently with the error: TLS connect failed: error:14077410:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:sslv3 alert handshake failure; connected to 17.158.8.113. Does anyone

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: DSPAM status

2014-07-11 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: P.S. Anyone else using DSPAM? I set up DSPAM and have it running, but I haven't had much luck with it. I have a vague memory of seeing someone claim that you could train DSPAM using only 'spam' samples (no 'ham'), so I fed it my entire spam archive for the month, with only a

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: DSPAM status

2014-07-11 Thread Angus McIntyre
. That might explain why DSPAM struggled more when I tried to train it. Angus Cheers, Sebastian On 11.07.2014, at 20:15, Angus McIntyre an...@pobox.com wrote: Eric Shubert wrote: P.S. Anyone else using DSPAM? I set up DSPAM and have it running, but I haven't had much luck with it. I have

Re: [qmailtoaster] TLS 'connect failed' issues mailing 'me.com'

2014-07-15 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Jul 12, 2014, at 12:52 PM, Eric Shubert e...@shubes.net wrote: On 07/11/2014 11:18 AM, Angus McIntyre wrote: Attempts to send messages to a user at 'me.com' (whose mail exchanger is at Apple's 'icloud.com') have been failing consistently with the error: TLS connect failed: error:14077410

Re: [qmailtoaster] Queue problem update -- and TLS issue

2014-07-17 Thread Angus McIntyre
Dan McAllister wrote: On a separate note, one of my older QMT systems has suddenly stopped being able to send mail to *me.com* (Apple)... the error says its a TLS failure. TLS connect failed: error:100AE081:elliptic curve routines:EC_GROUP_new_by_curve_name:unknown groupZConnected

Re: [qmailtoaster] Question about lists (other than ezmlm)

2014-07-18 Thread Angus McIntyre
Dan McAllister wrote: Ok, I know STOCK QMT comes with mlm -- but I also recall others talking about other list management tools for QMT I have a client that wants to use a mail list (tens of thousands of entries, he says -- I've warned him of the blacklist risk!) What are our other

Re: [qmailtoaster] One user account can't login to Squirrelmail

2014-07-23 Thread Angus McIntyre
Diana Calder wrote: I have an odd problem with one user account. When trying to login to Squirrelmail, the login will hang for several seconds then result in: ERROR: Connection dropped by IMAP server. [ ... snip ... ] A possible symptom or secondary issue is that the problem account is

Re: [qmailtoaster] Qmail's handling of same account in both TO: and CC: headers

2014-07-23 Thread Angus McIntyre
If memory serves correctly, MTAs like qmail do not read the 'To' and 'Cc' headers at all. The 'To' and 'Cc' fields are written by the MUA (i.e. the email client) and constitute part of the message text delivered to the server by the DATA command. The server doesn't look inside that text at all.

Re: [qmailtoaster] Re: Fail2Ban

2014-08-06 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Shubert wrote: On a general note, I believe several people here have implemented f2b on QMT. You should find discussions and perhaps some other configurations in the list archives. It'd be nice if people would share their configurations here (even if they've done so before). A while

[qmailtoaster] Special-case spam filtering based on envelope sender

2014-08-18 Thread Angus McIntyre
I’m seeing an uptick in a particular type of spam that I would very much like to filter. Fortunately, the spam has a quite distinctive fingerprint: the envelope sender of each message matches the regex: ^[A-Za-z0-9_-]+-realuser=realdomain\.realtld\@[a-z0-9-]+\.[a-z]{2,4}$ (where

Re: [qmailtoaster] New format for spam enlargement emails

2014-09-14 Thread Angus McIntyre
Tony White wrote: nothing seems to stop this Subject passing through all the filters in QMT. P_E N-I_S --E-N..L_A-R-G-E_M-E N-T.._ P_I-L L_S The regex: P(\.\.|_| |-)E(\.\.|_| |-)N(\.\.|_| |-)I(\.\.|_| |-)S applied to the Subject should get pretty much all of them. Looking at my

Re: [qmailtoaster] spf

2015-04-29 Thread Angus McIntyre
On 2015-04-29 10:03, Dave M wrote: What test to confirm the SPF records ? There are some good tools at: http://www.kitterman.com/spf/validate.html Incidentally, don't expect too much from SPF. There are plenty of services (Yahoo!, I'm looking at you) which will happily try to deliver

Re: [qmailtoaster] what does this command do?

2015-04-16 Thread Angus McIntyre
On 2015-04-16 15:43, fsanti...@deviltracks.net wrote: perl -pi -e 's/global.key._domainkey/dkim1/' /var/qmail/control/dkim/public.txt can someone explain this command to me exactly? Thanks. It edits the file '/var/qmail/control/dkim/public.txt' and replaces the string

Re: [qmailtoaster] Fwd: ezmlm warning

2015-04-12 Thread Angus McIntyre
I received one of those a few days ago. I did some digging and figured out what was happening. 1. Someone posted to the qmailtoaster list from a host that is currently listed in an RBL. 2. Spamdyke on my server checked their IP against the RBL and rejected the message(s). 3. The

Re: [qmailtoaster] Fwd: ezmlm warning

2015-04-12 Thread Angus McIntyre
On 2015-04-12 20:06, Eric Broch wrote: Are you the administrator of the qmailtoaster MX? No, I'm not. I assume that's Eric shubes. I'm just a qmailtoaster user, not part of the 'inner circle' (if such a thing exists) in any way. Angus

Re: [qmailtoaster] protection against word / excel macro viruses

2015-06-12 Thread Angus McIntyre
On Jun 12, 2015, at 1:32 PM, Rajesh M 24x7ser...@24x7server.net wrote: but the issue is that we need a tool that will read the body of thedoc/excel attachment and detect if any macros are present and mark it as spam -- clam does not detect macros many a time since there are too many

Re: [qmailtoaster] qtp-install-sanesecurity needs update for new SaneSecurity script version

2015-05-30 Thread Angus McIntyre
: Thanks for the info, Angus. I'm going to create an rpm for this. On 5/29/2015 8:30 AM, Angus McIntyre wrote: It seems that there’ve been some changes in the SaneSecurity package, which provides additional ‘virus’ signatures for ClamAV. Recently, the cron job that pulls down new definitions

[qmailtoaster] qtp-install-sanesecurity needs update for new SaneSecurity script version

2015-05-29 Thread Angus McIntyre
It seems that there’ve been some changes in the SaneSecurity package, which provides additional ‘virus’ signatures for ClamAV. Recently, the cron job that pulls down new definitions has started erroring out on my server with reports such as: Clamscan reports Sanesecurity honeynet.hdb database

Re: [qmailtoaster] Request for ideas: limiting outbound traffic

2015-10-20 Thread Angus McIntyre
> On Oct 20, 2015, at 10:29 AM, Dan McAllister wrote: > I have an issue I'd like to throw out there -- I have a small number of users > (on a server with about 20,000 users) that are abusing the service in that > they're purposefully sending out huge amounts of mail. > >

Re: [qmailtoaster] Shubes

2015-09-18 Thread Angus McIntyre
> On Sep 17, 2015, at 6:09 PM, Fabian Santiago > wrote: > That's wild. I also ventured over to another mailing list for an organization > he's been involved in, main plug. They claim he should be just fine and well > and someone claimed to have just recently spoken

[qmailtoaster] QMT -- state of the union?

2015-12-11 Thread Angus McIntyre
I’ve been running a QMT server on a CentOS 5 VPS for a while, and I’m now looking to migrate it to a newer host. What’s the currently-preferred platform? CentOS 6, or CentOS 7? Are there any other special requirements? Also, I know that in the absence of Eric Shubart, Eric Broch has been doing

Re: [qmailtoaster] QMT -- state of the union?

2015-12-11 Thread Angus McIntyre
t-7-1.noarch.rpm> 2> > > Eric Shubert is still the lead for QMT. I will continue to do packaging in > his absence. Eventually, I'd like to move all the work that I've done to > GitHub. There are many people using and updating CentOS 7 and have been since > near the begi

Re: [qmailtoaster] Qmail queue is stuck

2016-04-02 Thread Angus McIntyre
> On Apr 1, 2016, at 10:59 PM, Aneesh Hariyappan wrote: > I killed the qmail send pid s and started qmail again .. now the current log > shows the following... and the email queue is piling up. > > I am using qmail for intranet only.. some of the users enabled

Re: [qmailtoaster] catch all account and the spam

2016-07-13 Thread Angus McIntyre
> On Jul 11, 2016, at 2:16 PM, CarlC Internet Services Service Desk > wrote: > I know a few years ago, I did have a few customers this happened to. We had > to disable the catch-all and instead, set it to bounce-no-mailbox. When we > did that, the spammers stopped trying to

Re: [qmailtoaster] catch all account and the spam

2016-07-08 Thread Angus McIntyre
> On Jul 7, 2016, at 1:10 PM, Jim Shupert wrote: > I am wondering what a "wise" method of doing the catch all account regarding > spam might be > > To limit the amount of spam that a standard user who is catch all (me for > example ) > > I have created a usr named

Re: [qmailtoaster] Roundcube with QMT

2017-02-13 Thread Angus McIntyre
> On Feb 13, 2017, at 2:57 PM, CarlC Internet Services Service Desk > wrote: > Cool, I was always interested in Roundcube. > > Any gotcha's on installation? Or do I just "yum install roundcube" [Doubt > it's that easy or I would be that lucky] :) ? I don’t know if it’s as

[qmailtoaster] QMT install and Ansible

2017-10-04 Thread Angus McIntyre
I’m in the process of setting up a new qmailtoaster box for the first time in many years, and I’m checking over the install scripts. It looks like Eric has done an amazing job of packaging the process. My tool of choice for system administration now is Ansible (https://www.ansible.com/), which

[qmailtoaster] CNAME lookup failed temporarily -- workarounds?

2018-02-15 Thread Angus McIntyre
I'm running a fairly ancient qmail (netqmail-1.0.5, according to the manual) on CentOS 5, and I'm starting to get bitten with increasing frequency by the 'CNAME lookup failed temporarily' bug. I urgently need to build a new host with an up-to-date OS and the latest version of qmail and move

Re: [qmailtoaster] CNAME lookup failed temporarily -- workarounds?

2018-02-19 Thread Angus McIntyre
Eric Broch wrote: Angus, qmail-toaster ( and pop3d) x86_64 RPMS (CNAME lookup removed) in this folder: ftp://ftp.qmailtoaster.org/pub/repo/qmt/CentOS/5/development/x86_64/ On 2/15/2018 7:16 AM, Angus McIntyre wrote: I'm running a fairly ancient qmail (netqmail-1.0.5, according to the manual

Re: [qmailtoaster] Simultaneous pop3 connections from two devices

2018-10-24 Thread Angus McIntyre
I doubt a single user would ever need 256 simultaneous connections, but -- judging by the name -- the setting might specify the number of connections allowed from a single IP, which would be different. If you had a large number of users on a NAT'ted network, so that they looked to the server

Re: [qmailtoaster] Mailing list -- frontend web

2019-02-01 Thread Angus McIntyre
I have used mailman on a qmailtoaster host. I never loved it. Everything about it, from the UI to the general technical approach, seemed to be stuck in about 1996. However, once I'd got it set up and working, it did the job and needed very little attention. I'd like to think that there's

Re: [qmailtoaster] Mailing list -- frontend web

2019-02-01 Thread Angus McIntyre
I need something that has like unsubscribe using a web page, and something I am also looking on how to use the ezmlm-cron if anyone has set that up please let me know for tips etc. Remo On Feb 1, 2019, at 12:56, Angus McIntyre wrote: I have used mailman on a qmailtoaster host. I never loved it. Everyth