[vchkpw] When I updated user's quota, maildirsize file is not with correct quota

2003-03-27 Thread baby_moon
For example: A user's quota is 1M, and some mails are in its Inbox, and I was checked its directory, the maildirsize file is there. When I changed this user's quota to 3M, after a mail come in, the quota's total number is same as before. Who knows how to solve this problem?

Re: [vchkpw] When I updated user's quota, maildirsize file is not with correct quota

2003-03-27 Thread tonix (Antonio Nati)
How did you change quota? Tonino At 27/03/03 27/03/03 +0800, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For example: A user's quota is 1M, and some mails are in its Inbox, and I was checked its directory, the maildirsize file is there. When I changed this user's quota to 3M, after a mail come in, the quota's

Re: [vchkpw] pipes in .qmail-files vpopmail 5.3.19

2003-03-27 Thread Jim
I have copied the vdelivermail binary over from the working Solaris 2.7 machine onto my non-working Solaris 2.8 machine... it acts identical. Any Ideas? Please? -jim - Original Message - From: Jim [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 3:20 AM Subject:

Re: [vchkpw] vadddomain path problem

2003-03-27 Thread Ken Jones
On Wednesday 26 March 2003 08:53 pm, Moshe Jacobson wrote: On 27 Mar 2003, Jonas Pasche wrote: That's not a bug, but the first occurence of the balanced tree feature of vpopmail that applies both to the number of domains and to the number of users in a given domain. I have a little beef

Re: [vchkpw] When I updated user's quota, maildirsize file is notwith correct quota

2003-03-27 Thread Jonas Pasche
Hi baby_moon, A user's quota is 1M, and some mails are in its Inbox, and I was checked its directory, the maildirsize file is there. When I changed this user's quota to 3M, after a mail come in, the quota's total number is same as before. Who knows how to solve this problem? It's not a

Re: [vchkpw] pipes in .qmail-files vpopmail 5.3.19

2003-03-27 Thread Marcus Williams
On Thursday, March 27, 2003, at 09:41, you wrote: I have copied the vdelivermail binary over from the working Solaris 2.7 machine onto my non-working Solaris 2.8 machine... it acts identical. If you have no pipes in the command, does vdelivermail work as normal? Marcus -- Marcus Williams -

Re: [vchkpw] pipes in .qmail-files vpopmail 5.3.19

2003-03-27 Thread Jim
If you have no pipes in the command, does vdelivermail work as normal? yes, it does. No problems. Thanks for your reply, jim. PS sorry for sending the first email directly to you, marcus -- 5:30am and i copy-and-pasted the wrong address :-/

[vchkpw] Re: Small patch

2003-03-27 Thread Maurice Snellen
Jonas, On Saturday, March 15, 2003, at 02:04:04 [GMT +0100] (which was 02:04 where I live) you wrote: JP Thanks, but that's useless until you tell us to which file it should be JP applied ;-) You're quite right. Sorry for the late response. JP You should use the unified diff format (diff -u)

[vchkpw] vpopmail 5.3.1[6,9] logging

2003-03-27 Thread Matt Simerson
I'm not exactly sure when it quit but I've noticed that authentications via vchkpw are no longer logged. Vpopmail is configured as follows and my pop3 daemon is qmail, run as shown below. I've also attempted logging via syslog (rather than multilog) and I still get no authentication logging.

Re: [vchkpw] pipes in .qmail-files vpopmail 5.3.19

2003-03-27 Thread Marcus Williams
On Thursday, March 27, 2003, at 10:29, you wrote: If you have no pipes in the command, does vdelivermail work as normal? yes, it does. No problems. Okay bearing in mind I'm no Solaris expert so someone else may want to jump in here - what output do you get if you do something like:

Re: [vchkpw] When I updated user's quota, maildirsize file is not with correct quota

2003-03-27 Thread Brian Kolaci
Hi baby_moon, A user's quota is 1M, and some mails are in its Inbox, and I was checked its directory, the maildirsize file is there. When I changed this user's quota to 3M, after a mail come in, the quota's total number is same as before. Who knows how to solve this

[vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Matt Simerson
Apparently a server named ns1.inter7.com is doing the delivery for the vchkpw mailing list. This wouldn't be a problem except that it doesn't have reverse DNS. I started blocking connections to my mail server from servers who don't have DNS and my vpopmail and qmailadmin list traffic stopped.

Re: [vchkpw] vlimits patch [1/??]

2003-03-27 Thread Justin Heesemann
On Thursday 27 March 2003 14:35, you wrote: Could someone provide details of what vlimits patch does. I have seen some interesting threads about it thanks Matt. basically it lets you limit the usage of a vpopmail controlled domain. this means: limit the max no of pop

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Ron Guerin
On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 10:21, Matt Simerson wrote: Apparently a server named ns1.inter7.com is doing the delivery for the vchkpw mailing list. This wouldn't be a problem except that it doesn't have reverse DNS. I started blocking connections to my mail server from servers who don't have

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
You'll be losing a lot more legit mail than just this list if you do that. Agreed. There is no rule that demands reverse DNS. It's a nicety and that's it. Regards, Andrew

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Nick Harring
Title: RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS! We currently run our hosted systems requiring reverse DNS and haven't really had any complaints about mail not being received. While there's no rule requiring reverse DNS, systems without it are much more likely to be spam

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Frank Tanner III
It is becoming more and more prevalent that ISPs are denying recipt of e-mails that do not have a reverse DNS on their e-mail domains. Mainly because of so many spammers using forged headers. --- Nick Harring [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We currently run our hosted systems requiring reverse DNS

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Matt Simerson
On Thursday, March 27, 2003, at 10:35 AM, Ron Guerin wrote: On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 10:21, Matt Simerson wrote: Apparently a server named ns1.inter7.com is doing the delivery for the vchkpw mailing list. This wouldn't be a problem except that it doesn't have reverse DNS. I started blocking

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Ron Guerin
On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 10:55, Nick Harring wrote: We currently run our hosted systems requiring reverse DNS and haven't really had any complaints about mail not being received. While there's no rule requiring reverse DNS, systems without it are much more likely to be spam originators in my

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Nick Harring
Title: RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS! As I said, we've yet to receive more than a handful of complaints, and all of those have been from remote mail admins who've noticed bounces and conscientiously investigated them. When I explained to each what we're doing and

Re: [vchkpw] Failure in Delivery of Mail to local(virtual Domain) Maildir

2003-03-27 Thread olugbengaoyebande
Hi Ken, That was a bad of me. I put the wrong password in the vmysql.h file. But now I've corrected it and recompiled and I have granted permissions to the user on the mysql vpopmail database. But mysql is now doing the run away game and it's no more authenticating anything from vpopmail command

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Ron Guerin
On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 11:05, Nick Harring wrote: Rather than questioning why we would refuse to accept from non-reversible hosts, why don't we ask why anyone would set a host up without reverse DNS? Rather than question why you've deliberately broken your mail server, I should explain to you

[vchkpw] qmailadmin Invalid Login

2003-03-27 Thread listadmin
I make a new install of qmailadmin but now I can't login with any account. Where are the config files for password of vpopmail and/or qmail and/or qmailadmin. It's not me who makes the first install. I found on the disk running openbsd : /var/qmail /var/vpopmail /var/www/cgi-bin/qmailadmin

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Rick Romero
Just because I feel like a smart-ass today.. I suppose the rule about top posting is 'posted' right next to the reverse DNS one? Look at that.. now it's all out of order.. :P On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 10:12, Ron Guerin wrote: On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 11:05, Nick Harring wrote: Rather than

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Matt Simerson
Oh my, Nick top-posted. Quickly, someone call out the firing squad. Where you choose to reply to in a message body is a matter of personal preference. It is NOT a breach of email etiquette to prefer a way other than your personal preference. In a list thread, many tend to prefer a top-post

Re: [vchkpw] About to release new devel version 5.3.20

2003-03-27 Thread Matt Simerson
On Tuesday, March 25, 2003, at 04:25 PM, Robin Bowes wrote: I'm about to release a new 5.3.20 devel version. Does anyone have any patches they would like to submit? No, but would it be difficult to move mysql options from vmysql.h to configure options, e.g. ./configure \

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Paul Theodoropoulos
At 08:01 AM 03-27-2003, Ron Guerin wrote: On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 10:55, Nick Harring wrote: We currently run our hosted systems requiring reverse DNS and haven't really had any complaints about mail not being received. While there's no rule requiring reverse DNS, systems without it are much more

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Rick Root
I don't want to be rude or anything... but what does this thread have to do with vpopmail? Please take your holy wars elsewhere. The original poster should've emailed the people at Inter7 rather than this list. Rick

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Paul Theodoropoulos
At 08:12 AM 03-27-2003, Ron Guerin wrote: On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 11:05, Nick Harring wrote: Rather than questioning why we would refuse to accept from non-reversible hosts, why don't we ask why anyone would set a host up without reverse DNS? Rather than question why you've deliberately broken

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Ron Guerin
On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 12:22, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote: rather than trumping up your argument with etiquette fascism, how about pointing out a relevant RFC that backs up your [baseless] opinion that a mailserver must accept messages from a site without reverse DNS? Please, spare me your

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Paul Theodoropoulos
At 09:32 AM 03-27-2003, Ron Guerin wrote: On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 12:22, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote: rather than trumping up your argument with etiquette fascism, how about pointing out a relevant RFC that backs up your [baseless] opinion that a mailserver must accept messages from a site without

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Ron Guerin
On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 12:40, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote: translation: i don't know the RFC's, I have no basis for claiming that other's mailserver are broken, and I'll continue to evade directly confronting my error and apologizing for my mistaken claim by pretending to take 'the high road'

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Paul Theodoropoulos
At 09:43 AM 03-27-2003, Ron Guerin wrote: On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 12:40, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote: translation: i don't know the RFC's, I have no basis for claiming that other's mailserver are broken, and I'll continue to evade directly confronting my error and apologizing for my mistaken claim

Re: [vchkpw] 2 servers

2003-03-27 Thread John Johnson
The Mail server that does the scanning needs to have the MX and you will need to edit the smtproutes file to forward mail for all domains to the second server... -John - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 8:13 AM Subject:

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
diversion. in short: the original claim was baseless. No mailserver is broken for refusing messages from sites that have no in-addr.arpa in place. Please. No mailserver is broken for refusing messages from sites run by [ethnic group]. No mailserver is broken for refusing messages from sites

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Wil Hatfield - HVHM Customer Care
OH GOODNESS! My votes... top post etiquette ridiculous, reverse name lookup dangerous (but I like it). My first impression is that you all meant that the domain.com has to have a reverse lookup, which I hope everyone knows would be catistrophic since only the machines themselves will typically

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Rick Updegrove
- Original Message - From: Matt Simerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 7:21 AM Subject: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS! I started blocking connections to my mail server from servers who don't have DNS and my vpopmail and

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Rick Macdougall
Hi, I know on my mail server that approx 32% of the spam that I personally receive have no reverse DNS entries. I just checked on the last 200 of them and that's where the 32% comes from. Oh, let me qualify that statement by saying that I don't list ISP mail servers or what appear to be real ISP

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Charles Sprickman
On Thu, 27 Mar 2003, Nick Harring wrote: Rather than questioning why we would refuse to accept from non-reversible hosts, why don't we ask why anyone would set a host up without reverse DNS? Because they're not running DJBDNS. :) ducks C Nicholas Harring System Administrator Webley

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Tom Collins
On Thursday, March 27, 2003, at 10:22 AM, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote: rather than trumping up your argument with etiquette fascism, how about pointing out a relevant RFC that backs up your [baseless] opinion that a mailserver must accept messages from a site without reverse DNS? ever heard of

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread JB
Question... Would 208.32.76.233 pass the test? It has a revers ptr, but some mail servers block it claiming it does not have one. ~jb

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Matt Simerson
On Thursday, March 27, 2003, at 01:18 PM, Rick Updegrove wrote: - Original Message - From: Matt Simerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 7:21 AM Subject: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS! I started blocking connections to my mail

[vchkpw] Reverse DNS Filtering WAS: Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Tom Walsh
[snip] ::If it's true that spammers don't have reverse DNS on their IP ::addresses, I wouldn't mind seeing the MTA adding a header like ::X-Possible-Spam: Host 209.218.8.2 does not have reverse DNS. and even ::X-Possible-Spam: Host 209.218.8.2 resolves to spam.com which does not ::resolve to

Re: [vchkpw] pipes in .qmail-files vpopmail 5.3.19

2003-03-27 Thread Jim
Hi, I have just went to a third party machine (my friends) in which i had no part of compiling or installing qmail/vpopmail. he is running on Solaris 2.8 without any of the patches i have, and the symptom is identical. I also appoligize in advance for this rather large message going to the

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Paul Theodoropoulos
At 10:04 AM 03-27-2003, you wrote: diversion. in short: the original claim was baseless. No mailserver is broken for refusing messages from sites that have no in-addr.arpa in place. Please. No mailserver is broken for refusing messages from sites run by [ethnic group]. No mailserver is broken

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
Would 208.32.76.233 pass the test? It has a revers ptr, but some mail servers block it claiming it does not have one. I dunno, I don't block mail from servers with no reverse DNS, or whose reverse DNS does not map to the same name as its forward DNS. :-) Regards, Andrew

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Matt Simerson
On Thursday, March 27, 2003, at 01:35 PM, Tom Collins wrote: On Thursday, March 27, 2003, at 10:22 AM, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote: rather than trumping up your argument with etiquette fascism, how about pointing out a relevant RFC that backs up your [baseless] opinion that a mailserver must

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
those are all true. the term in contention is broken. obviously, if a mailserver is refusing messages from sites with even IP addresses (whatever those are, how is an IP address even or odd?) *and the reason for that refusal is not known*, then it's broken. If it's been purposely configured

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
others think about blocking based on DNS. I haven't done it in quite a few years. Haven't done what, started a flamewar? :-) (honestly, that is meant to be funny, not an attack) Regards, Andrew

RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Nick Harring
Title: RE: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS! As the only other person on this apparently doing this, I thought I'd just weigh in briefly (again) with regards to why we do it. For those folks who're worried about the sanctity of my users email, don't be. My users understand

[vchkpw] Question

2003-03-27 Thread Arquimedes Camacho Delgado
Hi there, I have 3 server with vpopmail And in my script to start qmail I have: csh -cf '/var/qmail/rc ' env - PATH=/var/qmail/bin:/usr/local/bin \ tcpserver -H -R -x /home/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp.cdb \ -c20 -u201 -g90 0 smtp /var/qmail/bin/qmail-smtpd 21 /dev/null env -

Re: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread Raboo
lol ya all :-) btw matt simerson, if you code hacks to make your smtpd do more loging like you said before that you have made it do logging of what kinds of blocks it does, please feel free to publish them if you like, if not allready, Greetings /Raboo P.S. this is probibly one of the top ten

Re[2]: [vchkpw] Inter7 mail server doesn't have reverse DNS!

2003-03-27 Thread made
Hi guys.. Would you please to stop this 'holy war' It wasting my bandwith. thanks.. -- best regards made [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [vchkpw] When I updated user's quota, maildirsize file is not with correct quota

2003-03-27 Thread baby_moon
Hi baby_moon, A user's quota is 1M, and some mails are in its Inbox, and I was checked its directory, the maildirsize file is there. When I changed this user's quota to 3M, after a mail come in, the quota's total number is same as before. Who knows how to solve