At 06.08 11/09/2005, you wrote:
Ok I did run the test like you said, I loged in as root stoped qmail and
ran /var/qmail/bin/qmail-smtpd manually
and I still get the error
511 sorry, you must specify a domain (#5.1.1 - chkuser).
Well, it means you are using a recipients without specifying a domain.
It's a chkuser setting, that you may exclude if you don't like.
Better you specify a default domain within vpopmail.
Anyway, why don't you try a normal complete address like [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Per my previous conversation I did compile UID and GID switching, an below
you can see I changed the bit so that it can do this, however; even as
root it still doesn't work and I think I'm going to be forced to remove
the patch and just go about business like usual. Thanks for all the help
> At 23.45 09/09/2005, you wrote:
>> I'm currently working on moving my mail server to another box. I have
>>copied the database, rcpt files, /home/vpopmail/domains over. with the
>>new qmail setup I have decided to use chkuser 2.0. I'm not recieving any
>>errors adding domains, adding users, or using vuserinfo. qmail starts
>>without any errors however; upon recieving test emails (telent localhost
>>25) it says that the domains I have added don't exist. I'm using default
>>chkuser_settings.h file except that I enabled debuging and debug stderr.
>>Heres my run command. I am using my mysql patch for tcpserver so you wont
>>see the /home/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp file. This works PERFECTLY without
>>chkuser. Before -u was 92 and -g was 91. its not set to vpopmail
> As chkuser reads qmail/vpopmail control files, if it runs as non
> privileged user it will never be able to read any control file.
> You must be sure the running UID/GID may read files.
> If you log as root and run ./qmail-smtpd directly, you can enter the
> same commands as you did telnetting, but chkuser will act as root and
> will read everything. If it works, it means you must use appropriated
> If you have multiple users, then you must use root as uid (using uid
> switching for additional security if you are not using TLS).
>>exec /usr/local/bin/tcpserver -p -R -S -u98 -g98 -v -c100 0 smtp
>>/usr/local/bin/rblsmtpd -r relays.ordb.org /var/qmail/bin/qmail-smtpd 2>
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