Nope, you don't need those files. spamdyke-qrv will use them if they exist, otherwise it will assume the default values.
However, if you're using Plesk you don't need spamdyke-qrv at all. The built-in Plesk filters already check for valid recipients before they allow a message to be accepted. -- Sam Clippinger On May 30, 2014, at 5:11 PM, Les Fenison <l...@deltatechnicalservices.com> wrote: > According to the list of files in the docs, I am missing some. Is it > necessary to have them all? I am missing these... > > /var/qmail/control/envnoathost > /var/qmail/control/percenthack > > I am running the Plesk version of qmail which doesn't provide those files. > > I have specified the path to the spamdyke-qrv file and not seeing any error > messages in config-test > > I get an error when specifying multiple choices for reject-recipient. Is it > not possible to use multiple? I want to reject same-as-sender, invalid, and > unavailable. How can I specify multiple options? > > I have tried reject-recipient=same-as-sender, invalid, unavailable > which gives me > Illegal value for option reject-recipient: invalid, same-as-sender, > unavailable (must be one of none, same-as-sender, invalid, unavailable) > > > Debugging qrv??? I am having trouble using config-test. It always hangs and > then consumes major CPU and disk resources. The output always looks like > this before it hangs. > > > spamdyke 5.0.0+TLS+CONFIGTEST+DEBUG (C)2014 Sam Clippinger, samc (at) silence > (dot) org > http://www.spamdyke.org/ > > Use --help for an option summary, --more-help for option details or see > README.html for complete documentation. > > WARNING: Running tests as superuser root(0), group root(0). These test > results may not be valid if the mail server runs as another user. > SUCCESS: /var/qmail/bin/relaylock appears to offer TLS support but spamdyke > will intercept and decrypt the TLS traffic so all of its filters can operate. > ERROR: /var/qmail/bin/relaylock appears to offer SMTP AUTH support. spamdyke > will observe any authentication and trust its response. The > "smtp-auth-command" option was given but will be ignored. > SUCCESS(config-file): Opened for reading: /etc/spamdyke.conf > SUCCESS(dns-resolv-conf): Opened for reading: /etc/resolv.conf > SUCCESS(graylist-exception-ip-file): Opened for reading: > /etc/spamdyke.d/graylist-exception-rdns.conf > SUCCESS(graylist-exception-rdns-file): Opened for reading: > /etc/spamdyke.d/graylist-exception-ip.conf > > _______________________________________________ > spamdyke-users mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://www.spamdyke.org/mailman/listinfo/spamdyke-users
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