You could make a modified smtpd server only for autenticated users (it's only another "tcpserver.... qmail-smtpd-mod" on another address. On this tcpserver server you'll not enable rbl checking.

In this way you achieve easily your goal and make distinct smtp server for authorized users and incoming mail. Only, you must modify some lines of code in qmail-smtpd.c, in order to make it working.

#ifndef TLS
    if (!addrallowed()) { err_nogateway(); return; }
-    if (!addrallowed())
+    if (1)

This means that you check always for an authenticated user.



At 15/04/2004 15/04/2004 +0530, you wrote:
At 13/04/04 20:27 (), Peter Palmreuther wrote:

Hello Devendra,

On Monday, April 12, 2004 at 12:42:53 PM you wrote (at least in part):

> Is it possible to not to do rblsmtpd look-up for smtp-authenticated users?

No, because rblsmtpd looks up the IP before SMTP-AUTH is (or can be)
Best regards
Peter Palmreuther

Thanks for the info Peter.

But, it's a difficult situation for me. Lot's of users from the dynamic pool have their IP at times listed in RBLs.

Huh... Probably, under the pressure of our own clients I would have to disable RBL look-ups.

Devendra Singh

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