On Tuesday 27 April 2004 12:13 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > I use vpopmail strictly for POP authentication on a particular server, and > I'd like to make it so that a different SMTP server will read that POP > server's open-smtp info *in addition* to its own to allow relaying. I'd > like to do this without using MySQL.
Bruce Guenter's relay-ctrl package (http://untroubled.org/relay-ctrl) is far better suited for this style of setup, and is safe to use over NFS (I know, I've done it) and doesn't require rebuilding a CDB for every authentication, etc. > Can/should this be done using NFS and starting tcpserver with more than > one '-x (say -x/etc/tcp.smtp.cdb AND -x/mnt/etc/tcp.smtp.cdb) or is there > a better way to get another .cdb from another host in there? that's one way you could do it. Or you could run a 1 minute cron job to rsync the cdb file to the other servers, or a number of other things. However, I think you'll be much happier overall with relay-ctrl. -Jeremy -- Jeremy Kitchen Systems Administrator [EMAIL PROTECTED] Kitchen @ #qmail on EFNet - Join the party! ..................... Inter7 Internet Technologies, Inc. www.inter7.com 866.528.3530 toll free 847.492.0470 int'l 847.492.0632 fax GNUPG key ID: 93BDD6CE