You have put tcp.smtp as you cdb file? Its normally tcp.smtp.cdb. May be
that your
file is empty and being ignored?


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Job [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Friday, 29 August 2003 1:12 AM
To: Raymond Luong
Cc: vpopmail list
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Can not get vpopmail to enable roaming support

I'm having just the oposite problem, I can't turn it off when I 
want to. 

Not quite sure if this helps but here is configuration 
information I used.
./configure \
        --enable-roaming-users=y \
        --enable-tcprules-prog=/usr/local/bin/tcprules \
        --enable-tcpserver-file=/etc/tcp.smtp \
        --enable-relay-clear-minutes=70 \
        --enable-learn-passwords=y \
        --enable-auth-logging=y \
        --enable-mysql-logging=y \
        --enable-clear-passwd=y \
        --enable-mysql=y \
        --enable-mysql-replication=n \
        --enable-many-domains=y \
        --enable-qmail-ext=y \
        --enable-passwd=n \
        --enable-logging=p \
        --enable-domainquotas=y \

All of my relay information is of course in the database, but it works 
perfect.  But like I said I can't turn it off with the 


On Thu, 28 Aug 2003, Raymond Luong wrote:

> Please Help
> I recompile vpopmail with --enable roaming=y-- but
> it still does not work. I can connect to via pop3 server but 
can not send mail. It reply with "domain
> isn't in my list of allow rcpthosts". I don't know what's 
wrong or what I'd missing. I really need to
> get this up and running. Any help will be great. I'm running 
redhat 8.0, vpopmail 5.3.14, qmailadmin,
> and courier-imap.
> I read around the internet and discover under vpopmail 
folder, there should be 2 files: etc/tcp.smtp
> and etc/tcp.smpt.cdb. I check my vpopmail directory and there 
is no such files. So I link my qmail
> tcp.smtp and tcp.smtp.cdb with the following command "ln -s 
/etc/tcp.smtp /etc/tcp.smtp.cdb to the
> ~vpopmail/etc/ and I gave both files 777 permission. That 
didn't make any difference, I still can't
> send via pop3 connection. What am I missing.
> Thank you so much for any help you can provide
> raymond

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