Franck wrote:Hello, Yes, it's possible with SMTP-AUTH patch. The shupp's patch is very nice and work fine for me :) http://shupp.org/patches/qmail-toaster-0.7.2.patch.bz2
I've installed this patch, just wondering if it's possible to set environment variables when someone has sucessfully authorised?
Look for instances in the qmail-smtpd source where it sets the RELAYCLIENT environment variable. You should be able to figure out which instance is related to a valid authentication. Add your additional environment variables there.
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