You may do it enabling chkuser always, deleting the lines of code checking for that string.

We could also look for a different string or for a different file (i.e. like .qmailenablebounce), if you tell me your need and we may change what we want.


P.S. I'm studying for version 2.0 of chkuser, this could be another issue.

At 29/04/2004 29/04/2004 -0400, you wrote:
On Sun, 2004-04-04 at 14:48, Oden Eriksson wrote:
> I would recommend a more generic patch instead of this one, I personally like
> this one very much:

This patch appears to support cdb only... what about those of us using
mysql?  Do you know of a patch for this?

> "The goodrcptto patch"

I'm running into the same problem that the original poster mentioned...
Implementing maildrop so that spam tagged by spamassassin is moved into
a spam folder.  However, when the maildrop filter is enabled, it breaks
chkusr...  (quite annoying) ...

I want to do this the right way...  If there is some other way to do
this on the server side, I would be more than happy to give it a shot!


Jason 'XenoPhage' Frisvold
Engine / Technology Programmer
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