I have put in the patch as described in the contrib README and changed
it to be /bin/checkpassword instead of vchkpw and I still have the same
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Brooks Roy wrote:
So use the patch from the vpopmail contrib directory WITHOUT the
hostname in the run script for tcpserver?
Wont this make the server an open relay?
No, cause that patch doesnt require a hostname on purpose, as to many
poeple were unsure if it was needed or not. It is not needed, thus it
was removed. So no, you will not make yourself an open relay.
My apologies, the solution i provided *WILL* not work. Considering the
code still contains the hostname stuff.
What i suggest is you grab the patch from the vpopmail contrib
directory, it contains a copy that *will* work.
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