I've patched ucspi-tcp-0.88 with the mysql patch and I keep running into a strange error.
When I telnet to port 110 and try to manually login with a valid user/pass i get this: tcprules: fatal: unable to create /etc/tcp.smtptmp.23892 (or some other pid) Clearly it's trying to dump the database and re-write tcp.smtp based on the values in mysql, but I'd prefer to use the tcpserver hack that queries the same database and defines RELAYCLIENT instead of looking at a tcp.smtp.cdb. Does anyone know why this is happening? Can I disable it and just use mysql for relaying instead of constantly recompiling the CDB file? (I'm letting users SMTP from one machine and pop from another) -Jeff