[vchkpw] vpopmail and postfix

2004-02-24 Thread Martin Sarajervi
hi, I'm having trouble combining postfix and vpopmail. I followed http://www.inter7.com/vpopmail/postfix.txt, but it's very minimal. I add my domain with vadddomain and it all works fine, but when I send the mail I get relay reject in postfix: Feb 24 10:59:32 poseidon postfix/smtpd[16161]:

[vchkpw] no such user USER@DOMAIN in root directory

2004-02-24 Thread Sebastian Ovide
hi everybody. I have qmail+vpopmail+spamassasin+qmailscanner on my system and I don't know why I have a lot of directorys created, in the root directory , as uch user [EMAIL PROTECTED] in root directory. any ideas ? thank -- Sebastian Ezequiel Ovide

Re: [vchkpw] no such user USER@DOMAIN in root directory

2004-02-24 Thread Michael Bowe
- Original Message - From: Sebastian Ovide [EMAIL PROTECTED] I have qmail+vpopmail+spamassasin+qmailscanner on my system and I don't know why I have a lot of directorys created, in the root directory , as uch user [EMAIL PROTECTED] in root directory. any ideas ? maybe

Re: [vchkpw] no such user USER@DOMAIN in root directory

2004-02-24 Thread Sebastian Ovide
hi Mike yes. Inside this directoris there is the directory .spamassassin/. do you know how to avoid it ? thank you bye -- Initial Header --- From : Michael Bowe [EMAIL PROTECTED] To : [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc : Date : Tue, 24 Feb 2004 22:12:32 +1100

[vchkpw] vpopmail and qmail smtp-auth patch, cram-md5 problem

2004-02-24 Thread Alexander Gruber
hi together, i have a problem with my vpopmail installation in conjunction with cram-md5. everything worked fine till i upgraded from vpopmail 5.4.0-pre2 to 5.4.1. i can´t use cram-md5 anymore and i always get the message vchkpw-smtp: password fail. up to now qmail patched with the smtp-auth

Re: [vchkpw] vpopmail and qmail smtp-auth patch, cram-md5 problem

2004-02-24 Thread Tom Collins
On Feb 24, 2004, at 6:29 AM, Alexander Gruber wrote: i have a problem with my vpopmail installation in conjunction with cram-md5. everything worked fine till i upgraded from vpopmail 5.4.0-pre2 to 5.4.1. i can´t use cram-md5 anymore and i always get the message vchkpw-smtp: password fail. up to

[vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 Make error on Solaris 9

2004-02-24 Thread Joseph Bruzzo
Hi to all, I am trying to compile vpopmail-5.4.0 on a SUN Ultra 5 running Solaris 9 with all the security and recommended patches. But I keep on getting this error that for the life of me I can not figure it out. Can anyone help??? my Configuration options are as follows: bash-2.05# crle -c

Re: [vchkpw] vpopmail and qmail smtp-auth patch, cram-md5 problem

2004-02-24 Thread Jeff Koch
What email client do you use? At 08:29 AM 2/24/2004, you wrote: hi together, i have a problem with my vpopmail installation in conjunction with cram-md5. everything worked fine till i upgraded from vpopmail 5.4.0-pre2 to 5.4.1. i can´t use cram-md5 anymore and i always get the message

RE: [vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 Make error on Solaris 9

2004-02-24 Thread Tony Rini
I've run into countless problems compiling stuff on Solaris 8. The first thing you should do is make sure you are using a recent version of gcc, not the cc or gcc that came with Solaris. You may have to change configure to point to your new gcc. Find gcc and other precompiled binaries at

RE: [vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 Make error on Solaris 9

2004-02-24 Thread Joseph Bruzzo
I am currently running gcc-3.3, zlib-1.2.1. I will upgrade my gcc to 3.3.2 and try it again. If that doesn't work do you have any other ideas. It would be greatly appreciated. I have the life with qmail book. thanks for the tidbit. Joseph Bruzzo I've run into countless problems compiling

RE: [vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 Make error on Solaris 9

2004-02-24 Thread Tony Rini
I seem to remember having to use gmake to get things going smoothly. I haven't performed a qmail install on Solaris 9 so I'm afraid that I don't have any experience in your exact environment. Sol8 on sparc sure caused a few headaches with an older qmail/vpopmail release, I'm hoping things are

RE: [vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 Make error on Solaris 9

2004-02-24 Thread Joseph Bruzzo
Thanks for the input. I will install gmake and give it a try as well. I will post the results of my install. Thnks Joseph Bruzzo I seem to remember having to use gmake to get things going smoothly. I haven't performed a qmail install on Solaris 9 so I'm afraid that I don't have any

Re: [vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 Make error on Solaris 9 (possible solution)

2004-02-24 Thread Tom Collins
On Feb 24, 2004, at 8:14 AM, Joseph Bruzzo wrote: I am trying to compile vpopmail-5.4.0 on a SUN Ultra 5 running Solaris 9 with all the security and recommended patches. But I keep on getting this error that for the life of me I can not figure it out. Please try this patch to configure.in: RCS

[vchkpw] SMTP-AUTH Aaaaaargh!

2004-02-24 Thread Kit Halsted
Okay, I've been trying for years to get vchkpw/vpopmail to work with SMTP-AUTH CRAM-MD5. Thanks to recent development, it's apparently possible now. After beating my head against it for 2 hours this morning, I decided to turn to this list for help... Then, I solved my own damn problem by

[vchkpw] roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread davila
Hello, I've been through the archives and poked around in google and cannot find an answer to this one. I set up and have been running qmail/vpopmail/smtp-after-pop3 for the last two years. I recently, 6 months ago, rebuilt my qmail/vpopmail from scratch due to a harddrive failure. When I

Re: [vchkpw] no such user USER@DOMAIN in root directory

2004-02-24 Thread Alex Martin
Well this is the wrong list for this but here goes. Look at this for reference for spamd: http://au2.spamassassin.org/doc/spamd.html My server with vpopmail and no per user spam preferences: OPTIONS=-a -x -m 20 -v -u vpopmail -a (these are set in a script /etc/default/spamassassin [debian thing I

Re: [vchkpw] roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread Rick Widmer
davila wrote: 1) there must be some way to clear that cache (if it exsists) ~vpopmail/bin/clearopensmtp does that job. Somewhere in your install instructions you should be adding that to crontab so it is run periodically. 2) I don't fully understand the concept of roaming users in

[vchkpw] Re: roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread davila
Rick Great! I found exactly what you were talking about and indeed the ip addresses are there. I checked cron and the clearopensmtp job is there. I ran clearopensmtp by hand and it did not clear the file /home/vpopmail/etc/open-smtp I cleared the open-smtp file by hand and tried to send

Re: [vchkpw] roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread Ken Jones
On Tuesday 24 February 2004 5:36 pm, davila wrote: Hello, I've been through the archives and poked around in google and cannot find an answer to this one. I set up and have been running qmail/vpopmail/smtp-after-pop3 for the last two years. I recently, 6 months ago, rebuilt my

Re: [vchkpw] roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread Michael Bowe
- Original Message - From: davila [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2) I don't fully understand the concept of roaming users in vpopmail Here is some text that I wrote so it could be distributed with vpopmail-5.4.0 as README.roamingusers : November 2003 : Michael Bowe [EMAIL PROTECTED] VPOPMAIL

Re: [vchkpw] Re: roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread Alex Martin
davila wrote: I checked cron and the clearopensmtp job is there. I ran clearopensmtp by hand and it did not clear the file /home/vpopmail/etc/open-smtp I cleared the open-smtp file by hand and tried to send from my laptop rather than sqwebmail and still no dice. I have yet to read the docs for

Re: [vchkpw] Re: roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread Jeremy Kitchen
On Tue, 2004-02-24 at 18:33, davila wrote: Rick Great! I found exactly what you were talking about and indeed the ip addresses are there. I checked cron and the clearopensmtp job is there. I ran clearopensmtp by hand and it did not clear the file /home/vpopmail/etc/open-smtp I

Re: [vchkpw] Re: roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread Jeremy Kitchen
On Tue, 2004-02-24 at 19:02, Alex Martin wrote: davila wrote: I checked cron and the clearopensmtp job is there. I ran clearopensmtp by hand and it did not clear the file /home/vpopmail/etc/open-smtp I cleared the open-smtp file by hand and tried to send from my laptop rather than

[vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 make fails on OpenBSD 3.4, MySQL 4.0.16

2004-02-24 Thread ax
Hello. Just joined the list after consulting the archives and finding a message detailing what looks like a very similar problem to the one I'm having, though on Solaris 9. If I were more knowledgeable, I'm sure this would be enough, but I'm afraid I need a bit more hand-holding. I'm

Re: [vchkpw] Re: roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread Alex Martin
Hello, I might guess that your /etc/tcp.smtp is not getting compiled into /etc/tcp.smtp.cdb. Usually this is done with '/usr/sbin/qmailctl cdb'. I am not familiar with roaming users but I believe that this tcp control system is used. See http://cr.yp.to/ucspi-tcp/tcpserver.html This is of

Re: [vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 make fails on OpenBSD 3.4, MySQL 4.0.16

2004-02-24 Thread Jeremy Kitchen
You posted a message that was a completely new question, and entirely unrelated to the post you replied to. Don't do that, that messes up the archives and makes it difficult to find your post. Most MUAs have a 'new mail' function. You should take advantage of that in the future. Also, please

Re: [vchkpw] Re: roaming users

2004-02-24 Thread Jeremy Kitchen
On Tue, 2004-02-24 at 20:00, Alex Martin wrote: Sorry, I hadn't considered how unique this script is on my toaster. It originally came from Dave Sill's Life With Qmail. snip qmailctl script tcprules /etc/tcp.smtp.cdb /etc/tcp.smtp.tmp /etc/tcp.smtp chmod 644 /etc/tcp.smtp.cdb

Re: [vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 make fails on OpenBSD 3.4, MySQL 4.0.16

2004-02-24 Thread Jeremy Kitchen
On Tue, 2004-02-24 at 20:17, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for the response. I'll reply directly to you this time -- I'm reluctant to send to the list until I've confirmed that I've fixed my problems. please keep list posts on the list. I read every post to the list, and others may be able

[vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.0 make fails on OpenBSD 3.4, MySQL 4.0.16

2004-02-24 Thread ax
Hello. I'm posting a fresh message because my previous one may have been absorbed into a previous thread -- my mistake. I'm attempting to get vpopmail set up with all the MySQL additions on a fully DJB-ified but otherwise out-of-the box install of OpenBSD 3.4 (GENERIC) on an Intel Pentium 4