Hi, > 200.x.x.x:deny,RPLINE="[EMAIL PROTECTED]"
while this is possible, it serves no purpose, because of the "deny" tcpserver will not accept the TCP-connection, and thus nobody will ever see the RPLINE variable. If your question is: "Does tcpserver have the ability to reject connections based on the recepient address", the answer is "No", because tcpserver does handle only the TCP connection and doesn't care about the transmitted data. That's the job of qmail-smtpd. > Or if i have make a patch for qmail environment variables like badrcptto, > badmailftom, etc... badmailfrom is part of qmail 1.03 itself. For badrcptto funtionality you need an additional patch. claudio -- Claudio Nieder . mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] . http://www.inodes.ch iNodes AG . Friesenbergstrasse 3 . CH-8055 Zürich . +41 43 960 0066