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riwanlky riwan...@mcojaya.com lucky openbsd misc Hi Zoong, I had been able |
to do so in the sendmail.cf I did this: O InputMailFilters=rxmilter Xrxmilter, S=local:
/var/spool/milter-regex/sock, T=S:30s;R:2m O InputMailFilters=clmilter Xclmilter, S
=local:/var/run/clamav/clmilter.sock, F=, T=S:4m;R:4 Where I should: O ...
Aug 24 2006 by riwanlky - 3 messages - 2 authors
STeve Andre' and...@msu.edu lucky openbsd misc On Tuesday 22 August |
2006 19:37, Craig Hammond wrote: Hi, It seems I've been bitten by one of the
bugs that exist in sendmail 8.13.4 that ships with obsd3.9 This particular bug was
fixed in 8.13.5: When a server responds with 421 to the STARTTLS command
then treat ...
Aug 23 2006 by STeve Andre' - 2 messages - 2 authors
Wijnand Wiersma wwier...@gmail.com lucky openbsd misc Hi all, I am getting |
sick and tired of all the crap I'm receiving so I decided to do some spamfiltering
on my OpenBSD mailserver. I checked the ports and see several nice milters so I
start installing. Later I find out that I need to recompile sendmail with milter
Aug 5 2006 by Wijnand Wiersma - 3 messages - 2 authors
Jacob Yocom-Piatt d...@uchicago.edu lucky openbsd misc ---- Original |
message ---- Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 00:47:18 -0500 From: J Moore <jaymo@
cullmail.com> Subject: why no SASL in sendmail? To: m...@openbsd.org I need
to support mail for mobile users. Consensus appears to be that this is best done
w/ a ...
Aug 2 2006 by Jacob Yocom-Piatt - 5 messages - 3 authors
Nick Shank nsh...@quorumsystems.yi.org lucky openbsd misc Matthias Kilian |
wrote: On Thu, Jul 27, 2006 at 12:52:15PM +0200, Martin Schrvder wrote: Start
with /usr/share/sendmail/README . It's dense, but has a wealth of information.
And then there is http://sendmail.org/doc/sendmail-current/doc/op/op.pdf Or just ...
Jul 27 2006 by Nick Shank - 10 messages - 10 authors
mr2jz...@gmail.com lucky openbsd misc Hi Guys, The actual problem is |
because some retard registered au.com.au, com.com.au, net.com.au, org.com.au
, and then added wildcard DNS entries for them.. Either your DNS server or the
zone file for the external domain is setup incorrectly. I've managed to convince
Jul 27 2006 by mr2jz...@gmail.com - 4 messages - 4 authors
Peter Philipp peter_phil...@freenet.de lucky openbsd misc On Wed, Jun 21, |
2006 at 06:39:28PM -0400, Hugo Villeneuve wrote: Here is what I stuck in my
sendmail .mc file: define(`confMESSAGEID_HEADER', `<$t.$i@NEPTUNE>')dnl
Put that in submit.mc and recreate submit.cf. Sendmail doesn't allow the rewriting
Jun 22 2006 by Peter Philipp - 3 messages - 2 authors
Joachim Schipper j.schip...@math.uu.nl lucky openbsd misc On Mon, Jun 19, |
2006 at 07:19:44PM -0400, Michael Erdely wrote: I was wondering if anyone
knew why there had been two versions of 001_sendmail.patch for 3.9. When the
patch was first released, I downloaded it and updated some of my systems. This
Jun 20 2006 by Joachim Schipper - 2 messages - 2 authors
Moritz Grimm ml...@scapa.dnsalias.net lucky openbsd misc Monah Baki wrote: I'|
m trying to apply the latest patch for sendmail and on my "make", I get the
following error: [...] OpenBSD 3.9-current (GENERIC) #685: Mon Apr 10 14:00:41
MDT 2006 Something is quite weird with your system. Try to run either -current, ...
Jun 20 2006 by Moritz Grimm - 6 messages - 5 authors
LV Lammert l...@omnitec.net lucky openbsd misc At 07:01 PM 6/14/2006 -0500, |
Jacob Yocom-Piatt wrote: i'm pretty comfortable using postfix as an MTA, but i
have only now been fiddling with sendmail. everything has been going fine,
except that i can't figure out how to add mail accounts for users without adding
them as ...
Jun 15 2006 by L. V. Lammert - 2 messages - 2 authors
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