>Upon exiting my qmailadmin, it > tells me the version of qmailadmin and vpopmail I'm using. The vpopmail > still say version 5.4.3 you can check version with ~vpopmail/bin/vadduser -v and you need to recompile Qmailadmin for update version.
> I still can not do pop before > smtp. qmailctl cdb ~vpopmail/bin/clearopensmtp qmailctl restart > />--enable-tcpserver-file=/home/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp<br /> where is tcp.smtp? > I use the whereis command for the tcp.smtp, it tells me its located in > /etc/tcp.smtp.<br />I don't know what is the problem you need to use 'locate' command On Thursday 17 June 2004 05:09 pm, Raymond Luong wrote: > I jus t upgraded my vpopmail 5.4.3 to 5.4.4 with roaming user enable. here > is my following configuration:.<br />/configure \--enable-roaming-users \ > <br />--enable-tcprules-prog=/usr/local/bin/tcprules<br > />--enable-tcpserver-file=/home/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp<br /> > --enable-relay-clear-minutes=180--enable-logging=p \<br />--disable-passwd > \<br />--enable-clear-passwd \--disable-domain-quotas \<br > />--enable-auth-module=mysql \<br />--disable-many-domains > \--enable-auth-logging \<br />--enable-mysql-logging \<br > />--enable-valias \<br />--disable-mysql-limits<br />ïthen I follow > with:<br />make<br />ïmake install-strip<br />There was no error in > return, everything seem to compile fine.Upon exiting my qmailadmin, it > tells me the version of qmailadmin and vpopmail I'm using. The vpopmail > still say version 5.4.3. I would like to know is that true or not? Does > qmailadmin check vpopmail version everrytime or does it just record the > vpopmail version when it wasï install.<br />My next problem. It seem even > though I enable roaming users for vpopmail, I still can not do pop before > smtp. When I try to send from outlook express, still tell me I'm not on > the allow rcpthosts list. Is there some step I'm missing?<br />I check my > tcprules and tcp.smtp files and theyï where they support to be but when I > use the whereis command for the tcp.smtp, it tells me its located in > /etc/tcp.smtp.<br />I don't know what is the problem. Can someone offer me > some suggestion.<br /><br />Raymond<br /><br /><br /><br /> -- Best Regard, Songrit Srilasak Technical Support & Network Administrators eGuide (Thailand) Co., Ltd. 25th Flr., Empire Tower (park wing), 195 South Sathorn Rd., Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 0-2670-0888 ext 600 Fax: 0-2670-0889