;) Yep Doing that with the -S. That causes it to read the database. It
is vchkpw that is updating the hash file.

Paul J. Fries
CWIE, LLC - Internet Services

-----Original Message-----
From: slashboy [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 10:52 AM
Subject: RE: [vchkpw] Using tcpserver/mysql

ChangeLog: v1.6 - SMTP relay table is entirely contained in a MySQL
table. Previously the tcp.smtp.cdb file was still generated based upon
the contents of a MySQL table. We have modified the tcpserver
application to check a MySQL table (instead of a flat file) for each
SMTP session to determine if a user's IP can relay or not. If the
database connection fails, we allow the SMTP session anyway but don't
allow relaying. 

"Invoke tcpserver with the -S flag to utilize the new feature."


-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Fries [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 12:08 AM
Subject: [vchkpw] Using tcpserver/mysql


I am trying to accomplish using vpopmail with the tcpserver/mysql patch.

Based on the documentation found on step 13 of

For sites using the mysql module and --enable-roaming-users=y it is
highly suggested to use Matt Simersons tcpserver-mysql patch. This
removes the need for vpopmail to compile a tcp.smtp.cdb file for each
pop authentication.

I have implemented the patch, and verified that tcpserver is reading my
/var/qmail/control/sql file properly (if I chmod 000 this file,
tcpserver complains about it on startup). Also with
--enable-roaming-users=y in vpopmail, vchkpw properly writes the
authenticated IP addresses/timestamp to the vpopmail.relay table in

My problem is this:

Even though it is properly writing the IPs to the vpopmail.relay table,
it is also writing them into the tcp.smtp.cdb hash file. I would like it
to ONLY write to MySQL and not to the .cdb. I have tried
--enable-roaming-users=n, but this causes vchkpw to stop writing the IP
addresses to either location. 

It is almost like there should be a --dont-update-tcprulesfile=true
variable upon configuration. Am I missing something here? Has someone
else configured vpopmail in this manner and gotten around this problem?


Paul Fries

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