At 22.13 04/09/2006, you wrote:
make this changes on my server
uncoment this lines
#define CHKUSER_SENDER_NOCHECK_VARIABLE "SENDER_NOCHECK"
#define CHKUSER_STARTING_VARIABLE "CHKUSER_START"
it's my tcp.smtp
This is the correct definition, based on your example.
Now, the chkuser not work property, if send a mail to my server with
a false email address in the log see the following
@4000000044fc880312a9c36c CHKUSER accepted rcpt: from
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]::> remote
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> : found existing recipient
but the [EMAIL PROTECTED] email addrees not exist, why
now checkuser not work?
tonix (Antonio Nati) wrote:
At 20.47 01/09/2006, you wrote:
Today setup a new mail server.
I have 1 mail server with 2 domain, 1 domain to internet access
and 1 domain only local user.
the server is on my dmz
the problem is when the sender is from internal domain the chkuser
say the following
"CHKUSER rejected sender: from
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:> remote
<ElisaLugo:unknown:publicipaddress> rcpt <> : invalid sender MX domain"
this user not send email to other domain, only can send mail to my
external and internal domain.
can disable this option for my internal domain? the option is
Specifically about sender checking, may use
You may set it to RELAYCLIENT, and it should automatically be
excluded for clients coming from IP authorized to relay.
A general advice is to disable CHKUSER when connection comes from your LAN.
Uncomment CHKUSER_STARTING_VARIABLE in chkuser_settings.h, and set
the relative environment variable to NONE for connection from
internal LAN, to DOMAIN for all others.
How make disable this?