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On May 28, 2004, at 5:52 AM, Alex Pleiner wrote:
POP3-Acoount is [EMAIL PROTECTED] RCPT is [EMAIL PROTECTED] .qmail-default contains bounce-no-mailbox
Will the mail be delivered? This also will apply to TMDA IIRC.
I'm not sure if vPopMail would return account found if you asked for alex-foo. I don't have --enable-qmail-ext set on my server right now. If you have a sec, could you compile vpopaccountexists on your system and see what it returns? Call it as:
./vpopaccountexists [EMAIL PROTECTED] ; echo $?
If you see a 1 on the next line, then my code will handle those addresses by virtue of vPopMail handling them for me.
I don't do any special checking for addresses like that right now. One of my earlier hacks would accept mail for anything with a hyphen in the User portion so as to allow mailing lists. I commented that out when I added proper (or at least better) checking for .qmail-<alias> files.
2. Comments in .qmail-default
# | /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox
| /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' /home/vpopmail/domains/domain.de/user
Will vpopaccountexists recognise the comment?
That's a known problem with my code at the moment. The catch-all wouldn't receive any mail in that case. I added a note to that effect to the web pages I created after I posted the link yesterday. My parsing of .qmail files could definitely stand to improve.
After all, maybe the vpopmail-team should consider adding a tool like yours to the official vpopmail dist.
It would be wonderful if the vpopmail folks wanted to take that part off my hands!
Best regards, Zac Bedell
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