On Fri, 2008-08-29 at 17:06 +0800, Kenny Lee wrote:
> not really understand ... please you tell me where to set the auth smtp or
> disable the default allowed relay ?
vpopmail should have been configured with --enable-roaming-users while
building vpopmail. I am assuming that this was done
1. Check your qmail-smtpd run file. It would refer to a cdb file i.e
The above file contains rules for tcpserver. One of the rules could
be setting the environment variable RELAYCLIENT.
If this variable is set for an IP address, qmail-smtpd will relay the
This file should be updated everytime a person authenticates. When
you authenticate using IMAP or POP does the timestamp of this file
When you set vmoduser -r, this file should not get updated if you
login with the user for whom vmoduser -r has been set
what is the output of