Jeremy Kitchen wrote:
On Monday 13 September 2004 09:08 am, Miolinux wrote:Thanks a lot for links i'll take a look at them, for now i solved the question, but new ways, possibly simpler or with more feature
I installed Matt Simersons tcpserver-mysql patch,
and i configured vpopmail 5.4.6 with:
is there some reason you have done this? If you're trying to share the relay information across servers, check out Bruce Guenter's relay-ctrl package (http://untroubled.org/relay-ctrl) as it's better suited for this, and is also safe to use across NFS (I've done it).
Also, this way, you don't have to muck around with some patch to ucspi-tcp that is specific to qmail (even though ucspi-tcp's most common use is probably for qmail, it CAN be used for other things, y'know ;) or modifying vpopmail code to not rebuild the cdb file, etc.
Optionally, you can also check out Gerrit Pape's ipsvd (http://smarden.org/ipsvd) , which is a ucspi-compliant (and also under a lesser restrictive license than ucspi-tcp) replacement for djb's ucspi-tcp, which can do pop-before-smtp authentication as described in this thread on the [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.misc.pape.general/743
I would assume that this, also, is safe across NFS, however, as I have not used ipsvd before, I can't say for sure. I CAN say for sure, however, that relay-ctrl IS safe over NFS.
Gotta love UNIX.... so many options.
are always welcomed ^_^
Ipvsd seems really quite interesting...
However the tcpserver patch add only a new option (-S) that checks sql "relay" table, so i can use tcpserver normally.
I also start courier imap, clamd and spamassassin via tcpserver and i'm really happy specially for log management :-)
Thanks a lot.