Hello Jeremy, On Sunday, March 14, 2004 at 4:51:45 PM you wrote (at least in part):
>> > Mar 14 15:29:26 icebear vpopmail: vchkpw-pop3: vpopmail user not >> > found web150p1@:22.214.171.124 >> [...] >> > Have someone of you an idea how I can block these user or how I can >> > add this IP temp. into iptables? >> >> $> echo '126.96.36.199:deny' >>~vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp >> $> clearopensmtp >> >> Assuming your tcp.smtp file is located in ~vpopmail/etc. >> >> You'll not need to make an effort and configure IPTABLES, tcpserver is >> able to reject the connection by itself (when told in .cdb file). > but what you missed is that this is a pop3 connection. Actually it's not that hard to figure: - this .cdb file is used by tcpserver - tcpserver of POP3 process can use one too - One can enter the same line into a different text file and make an appropriate .cdb file from it or tell POP3 server to use the same .cdb file as SMTP server; qmail-popup and qmail-pop3d will not be disturbed by set RELAYCLIENT or even QMAILQUEUE variables. Somebody who deals with his own mail server I simply expect to be able to read documentation to make it as secure as possible. When this person got a hint I expect it to be able to carry over this knowledge to other problems as well. That's the responsibility someone has when he/she wants to have his/her own server. Sorry for that opinion. -- Best regards Peter Palmreuther Death is God's way of telling you not to be such a wise guy.