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> > n't_in_my_control/locals_file,_so_I_don't_treat_it_as_local
> > i think that is the one...
> Probably, but my question remains: do you have a control/locals-file ? If
> file doesn't exist, qmail-send will read your local domains from the
> and work without control/locals. However if the file exists, it will use
> contents of that file. I didn't implement the same for rcpthosts since
if there is no control/locals file i get the email back saying:
<test@xxxxxxxxxxx>: host mail.resonic.net[184.108.40.206] said: 553 sorry,
domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts (#5.7.1)
when i delete rcpthosts or add resonic.net to rcpthosts it works! but when i
delete it i have an open-relay :( but when i add it to rcpthosts, i still
have to add it :(
i think part of my problem is that im not really aware of the exact use of
the files in control/
i'd better find me some info :)
> - a non-existant rcpthosts is used for a open relay server: reading
> domains from the database would break this feature (internal mailservers
> can be configured as open relay-servers since unauthorized access is
> by the firewall).
> - rcpthosts is read by qmail-smtpd, which would need to be patched to
> to the database EVERY time a mail is received. No need to tell you that
> will almost double the required database-queries. Note that this doesn't
> count for locals: these are only read at startup of qmail-send (or when
> qmail-send receives SIGHUP) and thus don't cause any overhead during
> But it's probably not much work to add a configuration-flag (or
> variable to qmail-smtpd): usercpthostsfromdb, which will then qmail-smtpd
> cause to read rcpthosts from the database. However, the fastest solution
> currently to run:
> psql -d userdb -U userconsult --pset format=unaligned --pset tuples_only
> -c "select distinct virtual_host from passwd" -o rcpthosts
> from a hourly cronjob (something equivalent with mysql).
i think ill give this a try!
> Kind regards,
> Michael Devogelaere.