On Tuesday, February 3, 2004 at 4:06:55 PM you wrote (at least in
>> An easier solution should be to add the following to your
>> qmail-smtpd/run file:
>> export QMAIL_QUEUE="/var/qmail/bin/qmail-scanner-queue"
>> And then restart qmail-smtpd.
First: Make the above 'QMAILQUEUE="..."', without the underscore.
> In this case, I apply the qmail-scanner-queue for the emails from LAN or
> loopback (127.). I wouldn't, better I could not would that.
to your 'tcp.smtp' file that is merged with 'open-smtp'
(the 127. should already be there, so simply modify it).
Ain't that hard, isn't it?
> Mine patch works only with open-smtp connections, not at all.
What what are most of your connections?
"foreigners from out there" and "open-smtp" users? And don't you want
exactly their mails to be run through qmail-scanner?
So create a few rules for "the exceptions" (connections from 127. and
LAN) and "hit" the rest by a 'export QMAILQUEUE' DEFAULT.
> Why is better the qmail-smtpd/run change?
The "I patch vpopmail as little as necessary to achieve something I can
do without patching". Simply because it is easily preserved across
vpopmail updates, while the other one requires repatching every time a
new vpopmail is released (and requires the original author to adjust
the patch maybe every time a new version is released).
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