Thanks. It worked. I am delighted.
BTW, where is this info stored in case of non-mysql limits?
At 03/12/03 15:04 (), tonix (Antonio Nati) wrote:
you must set/modify that flag for users already existing.
If you run "vuserinfo [EMAIL PROTECTED]", you'll see if flag is active. If not, enable it (with vmoduser).
At 03/12/2003 03/12/2003 +0530, Devendra Singh wrote:Dear Tonino,
1. I have put the ".qmailadmin-limits" into the /home/vpopmail/domains/0/del4.intermesh.net with following rights:
-rw------- 1 vpopmail vchkpw 126 Dec 2 18:59 .qmailadmin-limits
maxpopaccounts: 10 maxaliases: 0 maxforwards: 10 maxautoresponders: 0 maxmailinglists: 0 default_quota: 41943040 disable_smtp
2. It's not a Open Relay Server. Checked with http://members.iinet.net.au/~remmie/relay/ and with http://spamlart.homeunix.org/
(Server referenced above is a test Server)
At 02/12/03 20:35 (), tonix (Antonio Nati) wrote:
1) did you set this flag up? 2) Are you sure you are not an open relay?
At 02/12/2003 02/12/2003 +0530, you wrote:At 24/11/03 21:46 (), Tom Collins wrote:
On Monday, November 24, 2003, at 03:37 AM, tonix (Antonio Nati) wrote:No,it works only for pop-before-SMTP.
I suggested to use it also for SMTP relay, but it wqas preferred to add a dedicated bit for SMTP relaying.
Use disable_smtp in the .qmailadmin-limits file to disable SMTP access for the domain.
The current version of vpopmail (5.3.30) supports this flag.
I upgraded to vpopmail-5.3.30, qmailadmin-1.0.29. Recompiled Courier-Imap-1.7.3. But, I am still not able to disable the SMTP.
What might be wrong?
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