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Re: Zmailer relaying problem ...

On 05-Apr-00 at 17:09, Henryk Czapski (hero@hero.netor.com.pl) wrote:
> unfortunately almost all users are connected by dynamic IP, so it will be
> problematic to precise IP source connection.
> I thought previously about whoson, but in that case it will be helpless as
> well I know (but i could be wrong)

Probably you are.  Whoson was designed to handle *exactly* this case.

> Thanks for quick response
> --Regards
>                                                   Henryk Czapski
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> On Wed, 5 Apr 2000 tron@huapi.ba.ar wrote:
> :-=>Sounds like a "whoson" app.
> :-=>Take a look an ~zmailer/contrib/whoson* and .../doc/guides/smtp-policy
> :-=>You modify the popper to tell the whoson server that somebody has 
> :-=>autenticated in a given IP. Then the whoson server autorizes this IP
> :-=>for a short time window. This may be checked by the smtp policy.
> :-=>