When you compiled dovecot did you include the CFLAGS option to enable vpopmail
roaming users integration? My configure line is below for reference:
./configure --with-pop3d --with-vpopmail --prefix=/opt/dovecot
--with-ssl=openssl --without-passwd --without-passwd-file --without-shadow
You must have CFLAGS="-DHAVE_VPOPMAIL_OPEN_SMTP_RELAY" added to the options
sent to configure else dovecot will not be built with roaming users support.
From: Remo Mattei <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2007 17:54:59 -0600
Conversation: [vchkpw] dovecot relay compare to pop3
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] dovecot relay compare to pop3
yes that's correct.
Ed McLain wrote:
> Are you referring to using dovecot with imap and vpopmails roaming users
> option in order to set the RELAYCLIENT environment variable in tcpserver so
> as to bypass RBL checking?
> Ed McLain
> From: Remo Mattei <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Reply-To: <email@example.com>
> Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2007 11:48:29 -0600
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Conversation: [vchkpw] dovecot relay compare to pop3
> Subject: [vchkpw] dovecot relay compare to pop3
> Hello I have done some testing and dovecot works great. However the
> scenario below show that it does not update the info and does not allow
> me to send mail if the address is in the mail-abuse list.
> Trying to send mail using imap with dovecot from comcast which does have
> a address in the blacklist (mail-abuse.com database) therefore receiving
> mail if fine but sending craps out. Say the address in the mail-abuse db
> server and cannot send.
> If I use the qmail pop3 mail server then it's ok I can send the email
> even thought the address is the mail-abuse mail. I have also tried since
> some isp do not allow mail out if they do not use their own mail port 25
> to iptables it to use upper port which redirects to the port 25 but imap
> still not working.