Hi, At 10:48 30.03.04 -0500, Joel Newkirk wrote: >Is there any way to set up SMTP-Auth, while still allowing pop-b4-smtp?
Yes. >So far when I've rebuilt the system with SMTP-Auth patching, it will >ONLY accept SMTP-Auth to allow relaying... :( You have to write a wrapper script around qmail-smtpd (called from tcpserver). In case a client is accepted via pop-4-smtpd, the $RELAYCLIENT environment variable is set. It might be useful to define this variable explicitely, ie. RELAYCLIENT="PB4S". Check it and call qmail-smtpd without any arguments. In case the variable is not set or empty, call qmail-smtpd with the proper SMTP Auth args. >We have several thousand clients set up on pop-b4-smtp, and forcing a >mass migration to smtp-auth is out of the question, yet I /really/ want >to get proper smtp-auth working, so new clients are already there, and >current clients are migrated as we are able to do so. >We're set up with qmail/vpopmail on mysql backend, in an IPVS cluster >arrangement of three mailnodes, a director, and a DB/fileserver >backend. Worst-case I guess I can assign a second public IP and a >separate DNS entry, and force SMTP-Auth clients to use the second FQDN, >routing that to a single node that supports SMTP-Auth, but then I lose >the benefit of clustering. :( > >Any insights are appreciated. I charge $1 for each mail client. Read: http://www.fehcom.de/qmail/smtpauth.html regards. --eh. Dr. Erwin Hoffmann | FEHCom | http://www.fehcom.de/ Wiener Weg 8, 50858 Cologne | T: +49 221 484 4923 | F: ...24