Thanks for your informations.
I asked about a program like qmailadmin, because after a forward (for
example) maded in qmailadmin , i had learned about how work a forward or
an alias (like UNIX way :) ).
Sorry for my english lang.

George Tolea

> On Wed, 5 Feb 2003 18:03:21 +0200 (EET) <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>  There is some ways to limit email that come to my server ?
>>  I dont want that my local user [EMAIL PROTECTED] to dont receive any mail
>> from address or [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>  How can i do that ?
> Only with invoking a an own "checker program" before delivery to local
> mailbox / maildir is done. There's no such option for qmail (qmail don't
> care about "local users" on SMTP level where it could reject the
> message), nor does vpopmail ship with such a program, as vpopmail
> handles _delivery_ and _retrival_ of messages, not filtering.
>>  They are some programs like qmailadmin to do that ?
> No. But to quote D.J.B.:
> "This is Unix, stop acting so helpless."
> write your own program that filters or make use of 'procmail' or
> 'maildrop' and invoke what ever your choice felt on in a dot-qmail file,
> that's what qmails modularity is made for.
> E.g.:
> ~ cat /home/vpopmail/domains/
> | /path/to/filter/program
> And "program" can fetch environment variables
> 'EXT' and 'HOST' to "know" to whom the mail was directed and 'SENDER' to
> know the ... correct, sender.
> 'EXT@HOST' will be the intended recipient, 'SENDER' is the complete
> e-mail-address of the sender.
> executing '/home/vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo "$EXT@$HOST"' and parsing it's
> output for '^dir:' will give you the "base dir" of that user, so you can
> deliver the mail to (attention: pseudo code!!!):
> DIR=`/home/vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo "$EXT@$HOST"`
> DELIVER_TO="$DIR/Maildir/"
> --
> Peter

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