Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-07 Thread Davide Giunchi
Il 09:13, venerdì 7 febbraio 2003, Rhett Hermer ha scritto: If djb doesn't want to improve qmail with all of those patches et al, then what's stopping us to write new MTA based on qmail design? Is there any restriction that I am not aware of? I don't think that anybody here want to write

RE: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-07 Thread Robert Kropiewnicki
-Original Message- From: Davide Giunchi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 4:56 AM To: Rhett Hermer; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request Il 09:13, venerdì 7 febbraio 2003, Rhett Hermer ha scritto: If djb doesn't want

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Jesse Guardiani
On Thursday 06 February 2003 01:49, Ken Jones wrote: On Wednesday 05 February 2003 18:22, you wrote: snip It would be great if you knew of any C programmers with a few hours to spare. then we could hook vpopmail into qmail-smtpd and block the email right at the front door. I know C, and I

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
Hey, one of my clients bought a domain which was previously held by someone else. This of course meant that lots and lots of spammers were sending mails to a couple addresses on that domain, and he'd like to be able to mark certain explicit addresses for bouncing, while retaining the

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
And secondly, I don't like patches. I believe you're using the wrong MTA if you don't like patches. :-) Qmail is the a patchy mail server of mail servers. Regards, Andrew

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Jesse Guardiani
On Thursday 06 February 2003 11:04, Andrew Kohlsmith wrote: And secondly, I don't like patches. I believe you're using the wrong MTA if you don't like patches. :-) Qmail is the a patchy mail server of mail servers. I keep hoping that will change sometime soon. :) I guess no-one has released

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Davide Giunchi
I think that is time to create a qmail GPL project , qmail megapatch project or something similiar a big patch developed in gpl'd like project. The problem is that patching a qmail mail server is very common, and when you have to apply a lot of patch to the same source you can't do it

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
I believe you're using the wrong MTA if you don't like patches. :-) Qmail is the a patchy mail server of mail servers. I keep hoping that will change sometime soon. :) I guess no-one has released a patch that everyone just can't do without though. I've put together a monster patch which

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Davide Giunchi
qmail-0.0.0.0 qmail-1.03-qmtpc qmail-bouncecontrol qmail-1.03-tls netscape-progress qmail-send.mimeheaders qmail-pop3d+vpomail yes, patch upon patches... the same thing that other's qmail administrator has done. For this reaseon i've proposed the project described in my previous mail

RE: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Robert Kropiewnicki
-Original Message- From: Andrew Kohlsmith [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2003 11:44 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request I believe you're using the wrong MTA if you don't like patches. :-) Qmail

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
yes, patch upon patches... the same thing that other's qmail administrator has done. For this reaseon i've proposed the project described in my previous mail about this thread. Exactly. I'm saying I've _got_ a master patch that does this, and none of the patches in the master list are

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
Just out of genuine curiosity, were you actually seeing problems that required each of those patches? I've been running a qmail/vpopmail/sqwebmail/qmailadmin setup for the past year now and have yet to actually find need for a patch. Not problems per se, but rather features I would like to

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Davide Giunchi
Just out of genuine curiosity, were you actually seeing problems that required each of those patches? I've been running a qmail/vpopmail/sqwebmail/qmailadmin setup for the past year now and have yet to actually find need for a patch. There's a lot of needs that plain qmail doesn't suite our

Re: [vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-06 Thread Andrew Kohlsmith
- smtp-auth-relaying: useful for big lan with some external users - smtp-after-pop: vpopmail feature that do this is good for small traffic network, but when you have 100 or more concurrent connection to the pop3 you cannot use binary file but you must use a database. I just use vpopmail and

[vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-05 Thread Ken Jones
On Wednesday 05 February 2003 18:22, you wrote: Hey, one of my clients bought a domain which was previously held by someone else. This of course meant that lots and lots of spammers were sending mails to a couple addresses on that domain, and he'd like to be able to mark certain explicit

[vchkpw] Re: Qmailadmin feature request

2003-02-05 Thread Peter Palmreuther
Hello Ken, On Thursday, February 6, 2003 at 7:49:33 AM you [KJ] wrote (at least in part): It would be great if you knew of any C programmers with a few hours to spare. then we could hook vpopmail into qmail-smtpd and block the email right at the front door. You might have missed it, but