-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On 06/08/2012 10:12 AM, Eric Shubert wrote: >> not 100% sure, but I think you can do it via vmoduser and adding -r flag >> to the user. This, however, will require smtp auth usage. >> For more information, look at http://www.qmailwiki.org/Vpopmail#vmoduser >> >> Regards, > > That's an interesting approach. I think you'd want to use the -s flag for the > user, then configure > their email client to not authenticate. Local email would be accepted (for > all domains on the host > though, not strictly inter-domain), and relaying would be rejected. > > I think eMPF (as Amit suggested) is a nicer solution though. It's more > straight forward, and has > more flexibility to control this sort of thing. Not surprising, as that's > what it was created to do.
Sorry about all the [SPAM] tags. Not sure how that happened, but we're adjusting things. Anyway, yes, Eric is totally correct, eMPF was written for precisely this purpose. http://www.qmailwiki.org/eMPF has documentation and examples. Thanks! - -- /* Matt Brookings <m...@inter7.com> GnuPG Key 5F3258AD Software developer Systems technician Inter7 Internet Technologies, Inc. (815)776-9465 */ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/ iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJP0kcCAAoJEGgfLslfMlitCSwH/jJ1olWF0B8oNfHLXiAJsR5a zkZyGoPYU0yvwcXnnuKpUWGDw32FaQ9CedaRtZNheT5reKO95CS3Zc842R5/0sIl oCjAwNglV3mlo0qH4whG6wRMC68KwSY+t9s3w9QyiWYV5Jq0GxzT90goJKVGldz6 yUGxljECt/VetoyUxWFgbx0MTVblgZS0Gn0TPGGqxwgCI/cBq+8sOdGloD85xwiJ YuT+34F1lWyuqfljeHu+BuQH1eWxQUe2xJDXNS9PQ7OJFT/NoGqpep4kc/+eH2uj DdsznBZo0xmv+jObDfR33jbIPqkxtwueuhGpl+btXes7Ahsq2aE/pOf+/6KmPEM= =V81g -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----