Funny you should send this right now -- I'm actually working on spamdyke-qrv at 
this very moment.  I strongly recommend you don't use spamdyke-qrv from 
spamdyke 5.0.0 -- it doesn't handle forward addresses correctly and its 
understanding of vpopmail has a lot of bugs.   I've been putting in a lot of 
time on spamdyke lately trying to get the recipient validation correct and I 
think I'm very nearly there.  I've expanded my understanding of both qmail's 
and vpopmail's behavior by quite a bit and I'm pretty sure I've identified 
almost all of the corner cases.  Having free time again has been wonderful!

Unfortunately, I've been spending a lot of my time running test scripts.  At 
the moment, the total number of tests is hovering just above 2 million, though 
that number inches up and down as I learn new things and make corresponding 
changes to my script generator program.  Fortunately, Amazon EC2 makes it very 
easy to spin up 30 servers for a few hours to run tests, then delete them all 
when they're done. :)

Anyway, my best advice is to wait until I can get vpopmail's logic nailed down 
and release a new version.  My goal is to make spamdyke replace chkuser, I just 
need to be sure everything is correct (this time).

-- Sam Clippinger

On Apr 4, 2015, at 7:20 AM, Donny D. via spamdyke-users 
<> wrote:

> Hi..
> i've been trying to use spamdyke-qrv to replace chkuser patch in qmail,
> ./configure --with-vpopmail-support VALIAS_PATH=/home/vpopmail/bin/valias 
> VUSERINFO_PATH=/home/vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo --with-excessive-output
> make
> cp spamdyke-qrv /var/qmail/bin/
> chown 0:0 /var/qmail/bin/spamdyke-qrv
> chmod u+s /var/qmail/bin/spamdyke-qrv
> added last 2 lines in spamdyke.conf :
> reject-recipient=invalid
> recipient-validation-command=/var/qmail/bin/spamdyke-qrv -v -v
> Tried sending to random address, but they all got accepted
> ( which then being bounced by original .qmail-default ).
> I noticed "no such user" between errors, but then the final result is "VALID 
> Can you help ?
> debug log :
> QRV-EXCESSIVE(check_path_perms()@fs-qrv.c:574): found file with mode 100711 
> (want 100000), uid 64020, gid 64020: /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail
> QRV-EXCESSIVE(validate()@validate-qrv.c:1060): found vpopmail command on line > 0
> QRV-EXCESSIVE(exec_command_argv()@exec-qrv.c:93): executing command as UID 
> 64020, GID 64020: /home/vpopmail/bin/valias
> QRV-ERROR(exec_command_argv()@exec-qrv.c:199): command exited abnormally: 
> /home/vpopmail/bin/valias
> QRV-EXCESSIVE(exec_command_argv()@exec-qrv.c:93): executing command as UID 
> 64020, GID 64020: /home/vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo
> QRV-EXCESSIVE(exec_command_argv()@exec-qrv.c:134): child process output 36 
> bytes: no such user
> QRV-ERROR(exec_command_argv()@exec-qrv.c:199): command exited abnormally: 
> /home/vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo
> QRV-ALLOWED(main@spamdyke-qrv.c:59): VALID ADDRESS
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