On Thursday 18 May 2006 23:19, Bulent wrote:
> Yes I use sslserver from ucspi-ssl.

great :)

> How can I solve this problem ?

now that you've finally given the information I asked you for, I can give you 
a better answer.

make sure you have the -e flag set so that sslserver will set the $TCP* 
environment variables, which is what vchkpw uses to determine what IP is 
connecting to the server.

the reason the -e flag exists at all is because ucspi-ssl provides a 
ucspi-compliant interface[1], but most programs just assume a TCP protocol 
(including, strangely, qmail-smtpd *boggle*)

[1]: http://cr.yp.to/proto/ucspi.txt


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