Kyle Wheeler wrote:
On Friday, July  8 at 11:52 AM, quoth Tren Blackburn:

Hey List;

Running vpopmail-5.4.10 and building sort of a dspam appliance.  I have
dspam enabled in the .qmail-default of the domain with the following line:

| /usr/local/bin/dspam  --deliver=innocent --mode=teft --user [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  --stdout | /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox


And I've created mailboxes on the server that I use only for
authentication as I've got a .qmail file for each user that just
forwards to the end server.  In my telnet tests however, it doesn't seem
like the message is even getting to's just being
blasted through to the .qmail-user file in the domain directory

Don't have .qmail-user files.

When qmail has the message and is going to deliver it, it has been told to look in ~vpopmail/domains/ It will deliver to the most specific .qmail file it finds. .qmail-default is a catch-all, while .qmail-user files are more specific.

Why do you have .qmail-user files?

Because it was the only way I could think of to forward the message without actually storing it on the qmail server. What I want is it to be virus scanned (happens at smtp level via simscan), and then run through dspam. Is there a simple way to allow a message to go through the .qmail-default file and forward to another server, but not store the message on the qmail server as well.

Sorry if I didn't explain it very clearly before and thanks for the reply.



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