On Thursday 08 July 2004 11:12 am, Edilmar wrote:
> Ken Jones wrote:
> >On Thursday 08 July 2004 08:47 am, Edilmar wrote:
> >>Hi,
> >>
> >>I have a system with netqmail 1.05 + vpopmail 5.4.0 + sqwebmail 4.0.5 +
> >>qmailadmin 1.2.0 + clamav 0.73 + qmailscanner.
> >>
> >>Now, I'd like to do some kind of SMTP authetication using the idea of
> >>SMTPafterPOP, to use the vpopmail users (into
> >>vpasswd file) to authenticate the sending of emails.
> >>
> >>I found some patches for QMail, but I'm doubt about the functionality of
> >>its with vpopmail users database.
> >>
> >>I work in a school and there are other units of it that uses internet
> >>providers with dinamic IPs. Then, all the time I need to
> >>change /etc/tcp.smtp to add the actual IP address for the list of
> >>external users to do SMTP relay. But I think if I will have
> >>SMTP authentication, I may do a QMail OPEN RELAY and all will work fine.
> >>Is this TRUE or I'm CRAZY to think
> >>about OPEN RELAY? Is there some alternatives to do this without OPEN
> >> RELAY?
> >
> >Use tonix's qmail-smtp/vpopmail auth patch.
> >Smtp authentication is the cleanest way to go.
> >
> >Ken Jones
> But, with it, I will configure /etc/tcp.smtp for 0.0.0. => OPEN RELAY?

No. Just configure tcp.smtp for all static IP's you want to allow to
relay without authentication, like internal servers that need an outbound
mail server.

For example:,RELAYCLIENT=""


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