Rick Macdougall wrote:
Bogdan Motoc - CRC wrote:
Hello fellow qmail enthusiasts,
While preparing for a new mail server installation some questions have
The intent is to use:
- smtp authentication to allow roaming users to relay mail
- chkuser to validate recipient existence and reject messages before
they are sent
- simscan to process messages through clamav and spamassassin while
they are being transfered
All of these require qmail to be patched several times, and probably
in a certain order. The documentations for the above refer to patching
netqmail-1.05, but usually they don't take into account the other
patches. So, while they might apply cleanly to netqmail, combined they
can't be applied automatically and some source editing is required.
Meanwhile, netqmail-1.06 seems to be the current version and the
CHANGES file doesn't list the additions from 1.05 except the legal
So my question is this: in which order must the following patches be
applied to netqmail-1.06?
Have any of these been integrated into netqmail-1.06, thus not needing
Vpopmail has to be installed before any patching is done to qmail or
installing simscan, right?
http://www.shupp.org/toaster/ has all the patches and links needed for
all of the above.
Or you can use http://www.qmailtoaster.com/. It is reliable, widely used
and has an active community support list. You can have your server up
and running in just a couple hours. Even less than that if you choose to
use the pre-built ISO installer. Oh, and QMT will be upgraded to
vpopmail-5.5 once it reaches stable status. Upgrading QMT is a breeze
with script tools provided by qmailtoaster-plus at
http://qtp.qmailtoaster.com/. C'mon over! :)