Hi, At 13:15 30.06.04 +0200, you wrote: >Hi, > >I'd like to do whitelist receipients for my domains with Spamcontrol. >http://www.fehcom.de/qmail/spamcontrol/README_spamcontrol.html > >In the documentation, it's write we can't use RECIPIENT features with >virtuals domains : > >The RECIPIENTS extension makes qmail-smtpd aware of acceptable local >RECIPIENTS. The RECIPIENTS are kept in 'fastforward' compatible cdbs for >a case-insensitve quick lookup during the SMTP session. The lookup is >done for RECIPIENTS whose domain part match an entry in control/locals >and is not applied for virtual domains.
This is true, unless you've modified (conf-spamcontrol) to allow SPAMCONTROL to do whitelisting on all addresses as per rcpthosts. > >But some people say it's possible, so ? conf-spamcontrol: locals=no ./spamcontrol.sh -u 2212; ./spamcontrol.sh; make; make setup >When I add a domain in control/locals, mails a not delivred : >Unable_to_chdir_to_maildir._(#4.2.1) vpopmail is responsible for virtualdomain deliveries, whereas qmail is for locals. >A lots of spam in send to unexistent address :((, and my server have to >manage a lots of bounces. What is the best way in order to avoid this ? The is no alternative to whitelisting. Whether you use the RECIPIENTS extension (with SPAMCONTROL) or qmail-goodrcptto or whatever. However, it only makes sense if YOU know all recipient addresses. The next release of SPAMCONTROL / RECIPIENTS extension will allow domain-wildlisting - a smart method to control incoming "rcpt to:" addresses. regards. --eh. PS: I should put the next release of RECPIENTS extension next week on my web page. It will coexist with SPAMCONTROL 2.2. Dr. Erwin Hoffmann | FEHCom | http://www.fehcom.de/ Wiener Weg 8, 50858 Cologne | T: +49 221 484 4923 | F: ...24