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> After upgrading our Z-mailer installation to the latest 2.99.51pre2 at
> a couple of different installations, some questions have come up. First,
> I wonder what the following message appearing in /var/log/mail/scheduler
> Resyncing file "T/132957-22096" (ino=132957) .. in processing db
> It appeared repeatedly until making a more than 500 Megabyte log file,
> filling up the disk. It only happened on one installation, a Debian
> 'hamm' system with libc6 2.0.6. Is it an indication something is wrong
> or should I shut off that message and ignore it?
It is usually indicative that scheduling configurations aren't
quite complete; usually I have had it as:
what is wrong ? 'smtp' program's default channel is 'smtp'!
command definition must be:
command="smtp -s -c smtpx"
Things like that are possible problem sources.
Checking the spoolfile might tell something usefull too.
( Check all '^r' lines. )
> My other questions have to do with relay protection. With the Z-mailer
> upgrade, I finally really got around to tightening up our relay protection.
> It worked fine until the case of an employee using an outside ISP had
> her mail client set to use our SMTP server to send out all her mail. Of
> course, I know the real answer is to find out that ISP's SMTP gateway and
> tell her to use that. But, in the meanwhile, would it be possible to
> do something like:
> firstname.lastname@example.org relaycustomer +
> in smtp-policy.src to allow only that user to use us for a relay? I
> tried, but to no avail.
No, I took "relaycustomer +" based on domain-name away..
> An alternative I was considering, since I found out this user's mail client
> is M$ Outlook Express, is to try using the new authenticated SMTP method.
> Once authentication successful, I trust that arbitrary relaying is
> allowed? Anyway, I couldn't get it to work. I enabled
Yes, it should be. I think I *did* try it without TLS wrapper
also "way back" when I was developing it. With a Netscape,
> PARAM smtp-auth
> PARAM AUTH-LOGIN-also-without-TLS
> entries in 'smtpserver.conf' but the authentication always fails when
> sending with an Outlook Express client here:
> 10726IOUBr EHLO press226187
> 10726IOUBw 250-press.uchicago.edu expected "EHLO press-187.uchicago.edu"
> 10726IOUBw 250-AUTH=LOGIN
> 10726IOUBw 250-AUTH LOGIN
> 10726IOUBw 250-ETRN
> 10726IOUBw 250 HELP
> 10726IOUBr AUTH LOGIN
> 10726IOUBw 334 VXNlcm5hbWU6
> 10726IOUBr Ymhi
> 10726IOUBw 334 UGFzc3dvcmQ6
> 10726IOUBr **base64-password**
> 10726IOUBw 535 Authentication failed.
> Any ideas there?
PARAM tls-loglevel 4
Will show you (at log) decoded username, and password.
( smtpserver/smtpauth.c, at the end... )
> Roy Bixler
> The University of Chicago Press