I wrote the first patch you speak about (qmail-smtpd-chksr), and seen no
problem with all the other patches I've installed until now (including TLS
First, install all other pathes, except mine, and be sure they work.
Second, be sure the installed patches do not need any root privilege. If
they don't need that, and respect the original qmail security and privilege
behaviour, keep considering the
otherwise switch to http://www.interazioni.it/qmail/easy-way-1.0.patch.
Third, do not apply the selected patch using the patch command, but apply
it manually. Two patches named before are very simple, and you may cut and
paste inserting them in the qmail-smtpd.c code. They are composed mainly by
a whole routine and a few spare lines. Only the last of them must be
applied carefully, modifying the existing code.
Fourth, modify Makefile according to my patches needs.
Let me know if you need more help.
At 19/12/02 19/12/02 +0200, Anton G. Popov wrote:
Probably an already discussed topic..
I need qmail to reject mails whose 'mail from:' contains an invalid domain
AND reject mail if the recipient is not known locally (not in the vpopmail
mysql database) and not an alias, etc.
Both patches work fine for me, but only separately.
Tried varios ways of applying both, tried patching manually, but I get
various errors and cannot compile qmail-smtpd. (or it compiles but does not
do what I want it to do.)
Does anyone have a working solution for these 2 features? Or is there a
I tried using http://www.interazioni.it/qmail/qmail-smtpd-chkusr-1.0.patch
Anton G. Popov
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