On Thu, 2004-04-01 at 08:13, lola wrote: > hmmm. so if this really doesn't work with aliases stored in mysql... how do > you guys filter spam mail??? i don't have to use maildrop. any other method > would be fine. > > could you tell me your experiences? in the end i'm looking for a way to > filter spam with per domain preferences.
I'm researching this as well... Did this ever get resolved? Is this still an issue? > thanks > > > lola > > > > > Von: Andreas Wiesmann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > Antworten an: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Datum: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 13:24:32 +0200 > > An: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Betreff: Re: [vchkpw] maildrop problem with aliases stored in mysql > > > > yes, sorry, I have posted this problem on several lists nobody seems > > to have an idea. my last guess is that its either a environment > > variable problem or a bug in vdelivermail (what I believe because its > > vdelivermail that fails to work properly, but I can't really proove > > it so far). in any case please let me know if you find the solution... > > > > cheers > > andrej > > -- --------------------------- Jason 'XenoPhage' Frisvold Engine / Technology Programmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] RedHat Certified - RHCE # 803004140609871 MySQL Pro Certified - ID# 207171862 MySQL Core Certified - ID# 205982910 --------------------------- "Something mysterious is formed, born in the silent void. Waiting alone and unmoving, it is at once still and yet in constant motion. It is the source of all programs. I do not know its name, so I will call it the Tao of Programming."
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