On 3 Mar 2003, Jonas Pasche wrote:
> The drawback is that tcpserver sets (besides others) the environment
> variable TCPREMOTEIP, which vchkpw uses for logging and for opening
> dynamic relays. sslserver from the ucspi-ssl package set SSLREMOTEIP
> instead, which causes vchkpw to stop logging IP addresses as well as its
> functionality for roaming users.
I'm no C hacker, but if I'm reading things correctly, something like this
would solve the problem without adding another weird hack to vpopmail:
*** sslserver.c.0rig Sun Mar 2 20:42:25 2003
--- sslserver.c Sun Mar 2 20:42:30 2003
*** 208,213 ****
--- 208,214 ----
What would be the drawbacks to modifying sslserver?
> What do you think: Should vpopmail read SSLREMOTEIP in addition to
> TCPREMOTEIP, using whatever of them is set?
> Does anyone know a workaround until either vpopmail reads SSLREMOTEIP or
> ucspi-ssl sets TCPREMOTEIP?