I use the patch from bill and I created a rule on my firewall that goes on port 25 so when I travel I can use upper ports and u have to auth on both port anyhow
Inviato da iPhone Il giorno Sep 12, 2010, alle ore 18:57, <jeffk...@intersessions.com> ha scritto: > Hi Remo: > > Actually we do use Bill Shupp's toaster and find his instructions very easy > to follow. Unfortunately it's been over three years since he's updated his > toaster and, I far as I can tell, there are NO instructions for adding an > SMTP-AUTH only submission port on 587 in addition to the main smtp port on > 25.. > > If you found some special instructions please let me know. > > Jeff Koch > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Remo Mattei [mailto:r...@italy1.com] > Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2010 9:59 AM > To: email@example.com > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Re: submission port 587 > > Check bill shupp site you can find anything you need > > Inviato da iPhone > > Il giorno Sep 11, 2010, alle ore 23:25, Eric Shubert <e...@shubes.net> ha > scritto: > >> The 'stock' qmail-toaster (http://qmailtoaster.com) contains this. >> >> The only difference between the smtp/run and submission/run files is that >> the submission/run file contains the -H flag for tcpserver, and: >> export REQUIRE_AUTH=1 >> which tells the authentication patch to always authenticate. >> >> qmail-toaster includes the following patch: >> Jean-Paul van de Plasse - REQUIRE_AUTH Patch >> which is what checks the REQUIRE_AUTH environment variable. >> You'll need to do some searching to find that patch, or grab it from the >> qmail-toaster srpm package. >> >> HTH. >> >> -- >> -Eric 'shubes' >> >> jeffk...@intersessions.com wrote: >>> Hi Thiago – thanks – I’ll give this a try. Jeff >>> *From:* Thiago Bujnowski - Ticonnect Solutions >>> [mailto:tbujnow...@ticonnect.com.br] >>> *Sent:* Saturday, September 11, 2010 9:43 PM >>> *To:* email@example.com >>> *Subject:* Re: [vchkpw] submission port 587 >>> You can just create another directory at /var/qmail/supervise with a run >>> file running on port 587 and using a different tcp.smtp file. >>> I wanted separeted processes for internal and external incoming mail at my >>> MX server. >>> Here is how I did it: >>> - I followed a regular instalation as described in lifewithqmail + smtpauth. >>> - Instaled Vpopmail >>> - Applied the chkuser patch >>> - Instead of replacing qmail-smtp at /var/qmail/bin I renamed the patched >>> file to qmail-mx and copied into it. >>> - Created a /var/qmail/supervise/qmail-mx folder and modified the run file >>> to use qmail-mx instead of qmail-smtp binary and tcp.mx.cdb instead of >>> tcp.smtp.cdb, and chaged the listening IP. (You your case, you should >>> modify the listening port to 587) >>> - Created the link at /service >>> - Modified qmailctl adding the qmail-mx process. (Also generating the >>> tcp.mx.cdb file from tcp.mx) >>> It works like a charm for me and I think you could just adapt the overall >>> idea fitting your needs. >>> There is just one inconvenience with this setup. The config files for qmail >>> (rcpthosts and etc..) must be the same for both processes. It would require >>> further modifications on qmail-smtp.c to use diferent config files for each >>> process. >>> Your new CDB file should have no open relays allowing only authenticated >>> mail to pass through. >>> That should do the trick. >>> Does anyone have a better suggestion? >>> Regards, >>> Thiago Bujnowski >>> *From:* Rick Macdougall <mailto:ri...@ummm-beer.com> >>> *Sent:* Saturday, September 11, 2010 9:57 PM >>> *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> >>> *Subject:* Re: [vchkpw] submission port 587 >>> Sorry for the top post, on my IPod. >>> If no one answers before tomorrow, I'll reply when I get on my computer. >>> It's pretty straight forward. >>> Rick >>> On 2010-09-11, at 18:39, <jeffk...@intersessions.com >>> <mailto:jeffk...@intersessions.com>> wrote: >>> This may be the wrong forum for this but I can’t seem to find any info. >>> Does anyone have information on how to setup a second SMTP process >>> within qmail that listens on port 587 and accepts ONLY authenticated >>> smtp connections? In this scenario port 25 would accept normal smtp >>> (non-relay) and smtp-auth traffic but now could also be filtered to >>> block dynamic IP ranges. >>> Thanks, >>> Jeff Koch >> >> >> >> >> >> >> > > > > > > > > > > !DSPAM:4c8d87e332711912320825!