I'm using maildrop to call trophie / spamassassin on a per user / per
domain basis. (I wish it were as easy as rcpthosts, and maybe it still
is, but my understanding was that since vpopmail comes after qmail in
the mail delivery sequence, I couldn't use it, since vpopmail does my
virus / spam scanning via maildrop calls...) Apologies for not including
that info in my earlier mail.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rick Romero [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 8:03 AM
> To: Rob Short
> Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [vchkpw] forwarding a while domain regardless of users
> On Wed, 2003-03-19 at 07:56, Rob Short wrote:
> > I have a client asking me to act as a sort of bypass for their mail.
> > have spam and virus checking installed using spamassassin and
> > and need to forward all users that come in addressed to a certain
> > to another. They add and delete up to 20 users a day, but they don't
> > want to have to add and delete them on their server *and* on my
> > i.e., I receive a mail for [EMAIL PROTECTED], and I need to forward
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED], but I can't have vpopmail look to see if
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] exists on my server - it just needs to know that
> > "this.com" exists, and all users are valid for that domain. The
> > will handle that on their mailserver when I forward them the mail.
> > there a way to do this with vpopmail? I'm using qmail with maildrop,
> > BTW.
> You don't need vpopmail to forward domains, just add the domain in
> and add a route in smtproutes:
> I do this at vfemail.net. (Of course, if you're not using
> to call SpamAssassin and Trophie, the email won't get scanned.)
> Does the qmail-smtpd patch work for that kind of setup? No users
> exist for that domain...
> > Rob Short