Ken Jones wrote:
On Wednesday 31 March 2004 07:42 pm, Charles Sprickman wrote:
Hi all, Also, does anyone have some info on what exactly the values in pw_gid are? It's numeric, and it varies is about all I can gather from poking around.
I'll try to give a detailed listing. #define NO_PASSWD_CHNG 0x01 If set, the code should not allow the password to be changed
#define NO_POP 0x02 If set, reject pop authentications
#define NO_WEBMAIL 0x04 If set, reject webmail authentications
#define NO_IMAP 0x08 If set, reject imap authentications
#define BOUNCE_MAIL 0x10 If set, bounce any incoming mail back to the sender
#define NO_RELAY 0x20 If set, do not allow the account to relay email. This is useful for sites that want to have email accounts that are only allowed to send email internally.
#define NO_DIALUP 0x40 If set, code should not allow dialup access. This was originally added to support radius sites.
#define V_USER0 0x080 #define V_USER1 0x100 #define V_USER2 0x200 #define V_USER3 0x400 After adding the NO_DIALUP flag we relalized there may be other flags people will want that are not directly used by any email code.
#define NO_SMTP 0x800 If set, do not allow smtp connections.
#define QA_ADMIN 0x1000 If set, the user is granted admin privilages in qmailadmin
#define V_OVERRIDE 0x2000 If set, the user is not subject to domain limits. Part of the vlimit code.
#define NO_SPAMASSASSIN 0x4000
If set, (and --enable-spamassassin=y) do not process the
incoming mail through spamassassin.
#define DELETE_SPAM 0x8000 with --enable-spamasssassin=y setting this flag will delete all email above the users required_hits preference.