On Fri, 2004-01-16 at 11:21, Mauricio Teixeira (listas) wrote: > Another message from Chris Hardie did remember me about an old question > I have. > > How can I make tcp.smtp rules be processed BEFORE rblsmtpd, when rblsmtp > is called from tcpserver's qmail-smtpd initialization command?
they already are. tcpserver doesn't launch prog until it finishes setting up the environment, doing ident/hostname lookups, etc. When it runs prog, tcprules have already been processed. > I mean, some times we find one IP blocked by the RBL systems, and want > to allow it pass, without having to deal with the de-listing problems > (specially when the IPs are not ours). put RBLSMTPD="" in an entry that matches their IP address in your tcprules file. http://cr.yp.to/ucspi-tcp/rblsmtpd.html explains that seeing RBLSMTPD set, and empty, will cause it to ignore that particular address, and continue as normal. -Jeremy -- Jeremy Kitchen Systems Administrator [EMAIL PROTECTED] Kitchen @ #qmail on EFNet - Join the party! ..................... Inter7 Internet Technologies, Inc. www.inter7.com 866.528.3530 toll free 847.492.0470 int'l 847.492.0632 fax GNUPG key ID: 93BDD6CE