Re: SV: [vchkpw] Mails bouncing with .qmail in user-dir

2005-03-23 Thread Tom Collins
On Mar 23, 2005, at 1:21 AM, Håkon Nessjøen wrote:
I can see that there is no hanlding of 99 in my version. I will have to
upgrade. Are there any big differences in 5.2.1 - 5.4.10 that I 
should have
in mind before I do a make install with 5.4.10?
There are a lot of differences, and improvements in the code.  As for 
changes that you should watch out for, I'm really not sure.  At one 
point, I thought someone was going to write a guide on updating from 
5.2.1 to 5.4.x, but I'm not sure if that ever happened.

If you use MySQL, know that the database settings are now stored in a 
file (~vpopmail/etc/vpopmail.mysql).  Also, make sure your recompile 
everything that links to libvpopmail (qmailadmin, courier-imap, 
vqadmin, qmail-smtpd if you use chkusr).

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Re: SV: [vchkpw] Mails bouncing with .qmail in user-dir

2005-03-22 Thread Jeremy Kitchen
On Tuesday 22 March 2005 05:53 pm, Håkon Nessjøen wrote:
 + Tom Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 | Bounce = exit 100.  Defer = exit 111.  OK = exit 0.
 | I'm not sure what 99 is used for.


 In qmail-command man page you are told about these options:

 If the filter exits 99, the mail is silently dropped on the floor.

actually, to be more precise:

99 means that the delivery was successful, but that qmail-local should ignore 
all further delivery instructions;


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