On Wed, 2004-02-25 at 07:33, Martin Kos wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Feb 2004, Tom Collins wrote:
> from README.auth: "There is no need to include additionally the
> hostname in the call."
> is this new? .. i've thought there was some time ago some "rumor"
> about people that haven't added the hostname in the commandline
> of qmail-smtpd and have had an open relay or so?
it seems to change every week.
version 0.31 of that patch required the hostname argument. earlier
versions didn't, great for consistency!
From UPGRADE :
"IF USING SMTP AUTH PATCH TO QMAIL-SMTPD
* This release of vpopmail includes fixes for vchkpw that may break
certain SMTP AUTH implementations. If SMTP AUTH fails after
installing vpopmail 5.4.x, you may need to use the
qmail-smtpd-auth-0.4.2 patch included in the contrib directory.
* If you do switch to the 0.4.2 SMTP AUTH patch, you may need to update
your qmail-smtpd run file (the first parameter to qmail-smtpd should
now be the path to vchkpw and not the hostname)."
Seems clear to me
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