On Thu, 2004-04-29 at 09:55, David wrote: > I agree, chkuser patch works with mysql, or cdb, depending how vpopmail > was compiled. The patch calls vauth_getpw vpopmail function, and > depending how vpopmail was compiled that function looks inside cdb or > mysql.
Is there a huge difference between the chkusr patch and the goodrcptto patch? They basically do the same thing, right? > Here's what I use so maildrop is used. > my .qmail-default is: > > #| /Appz2/VPopMail/bin/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox > |/usr/bin/maildrop -w 90 I just applied the above and I'm much happier now... Now I just need a decent reference manual for maildrop so I can make it do what I want to... doesn't look that hard, but I'm not sure how to manipulate everything... > The patch seeks for "bounce-no-mailbox" is in .qmail-default, and not a > catch-all account. So though to first line is commented out, doing > nothing, is enough for the patch to work. > Later, when the maildrop line is executed, you may use your spamassassin > code inside maildroprc, just like I suppose you're doing right now. > Viewing the patch source code is easy to understand how it works. > I know, not an elegant solution, but an easy one. Yeah, I looked at the source where the bounce-no-mailbox code is... Simple enough :) -- --------------------------- 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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