Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-19 Thread Rosario Pingaro
without success. Any words from Davide?? regards From: q0...@cuba.ionum.ch Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 9:39 AM To: xmail@xmailserver.org Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Hi Rosario Does this really work?? Did you check with netstat -a -n | grep 25 if XMail binds to both interfaces? My

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-18 Thread Rosario Pingaro
. Any words from Davide?? regards From: q0...@cuba.ionum.ch Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 9:39 AM To: xmail@xmailserver.org Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Hi Rosario Does this really work?? Did you check with netstat -a -n | grep 25 if XMail binds to both interfaces? My first

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-18 Thread fcxmail
Objet : Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 I have to fix the smtprelay.tab issue becasue now i am getting: smtp.convergenze.it smtp.convergenze.it 2a01:9a80::80 2012-01-18 13:13:50 www.convergenze.it AUTH=EFAIL:TYPE=LOGIN 0 smtp.convergenze.it

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-18 Thread Rosario Pingaro
: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 As per AUTH=EFAIL:TYPE=LOGIN in the first log line, seems your mua (messaging user agent, ak you messaging client software) is trying to authenticate when connecting to the xmail server, so are you sure your mua is not configured to authenticate ? For ipv6 addresses

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-18 Thread fcxmail
2012 14:25 À : 'XMail Users Mailing List' Objet : Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 I ma pretty sure it is not about the mua, but about the xmail that needs authentication because the sender ip is out of smtprelay table. Waiting about clarification from Davide. thanks From: fcxm...@aquinet.net Sent

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-18 Thread Rosario Pingaro
. regards From: fcxm...@aquinet.net Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 2:59 PM To: 'XMail Users Mailing List' Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Strange, because when mua never try to auth, and xmail not set to force clients to auth, I don't remember xmail write a AUTH-EFAIL before RCPT-ERELAY

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-17 Thread Rosario Pingaro
? Is it anough: “2A01:9A80::/32” without addomg the network mask? regards From: q0...@cuba.ionum.ch Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 8:41 AM To: XMail Users Mailing List Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Hi, you can only set up an ipv4 or an ipv6 interfaces butif you are on a *nix system

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-17 Thread q0017
:9A80::/32” without addomg the network mask? regards From: q0...@cuba.ionum.ch Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 8:41 AM To: XMail Users Mailing List Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Hi, you can only set up an ipv4 or an ipv6 interfaces butif you are on a *nix system Pv4-mapped IPv6 addresses

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-17 Thread Rosario Pingaro
, January 17, 2012 9:39 AM To: xmail@xmailserver.org Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Hi Rosario Does this really work?? Did you check with netstat -a -n | grep 25 if XMail binds to both interfaces? My first hints had some errors ... it should be -S6 [2a01:9a80::2:25] -S6 [:::195.60.190.40

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-17 Thread q0017
, 2012 9:39 AM To: xmail@xmailserver.org Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Hi Rosario Does this really work?? Did you check with netstat -a -n | grep 25 if XMail binds to both interfaces? My first hints had some errors ... it should be -S6 [2a01:9a80::2:25] -S6 [:::195.60.190.40] Greetz S

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-16 Thread Rosario Pingaro
@xmailserver.org Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Thanks, next week i will start from the smtps and see if I am able to deal with them. bye for now. regards ros From: q0...@cuba.ionum.ch Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:11 PM To: xmail@xmailserver.org Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-16 Thread q0017
*To:* xmail@xmailserver.org mailto:xmail@xmailserver.org *Subject:* Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Thanks, next week i will start from the smtps and see if I am able to deal with them. bye for now. regards ros *From:* q0...@cuba.ionum.ch mailto:q0...@cuba.ionum.ch *Sent:* Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:11 PM

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-15 Thread q0017
Hi Rosario Filtering on IPv6-addresses works fine, you need to define you IPv4 and IPv6 filters separatley like **0.0.0.0/00.0.0.0/0spamassassin.tab **::/0::/0spamassassin.tab But i cannot tell you which scripts are working with IPv6, i'm using my own...

Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6

2012-01-15 Thread Rosario Pingaro
Thanks, next week i will start from the smtps and see if I am able to deal with them. bye for now. regards ros From: q0...@cuba.ionum.ch Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:11 PM To: xmail@xmailserver.org Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6 Hi Rosario Filtering on IPv6-addresses works fine