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Re: PTR Test
>> It's been a while since I did any configuration with my
>> zmailer setup (it usually just works, yeahhh!). However
>> I am considering doing a PTR (reverse lookup) test on
>> incoming connections. I am aware of all the potential
>> pitfalls of this. However I can't quite see how or
>> the best way to implement it and nothing stood out in a
>> brief search of the manual and mailing list archives.
>> I thought something in the smtpserver.conf or the smtp-policy
>> would do the trick. Basically I want to do a reverse check
>> on all IPs except 172.* internal addresses. Thanks for any
>> quick pointers!
> Mmm... No, there is no such a mechanism.
Compile ZMailer with TCP wrapper support and enable
it in smtpserver config. As I know some functionality
required by you is available in this library.
> I have thought upon revising the whole perl-embedding thing
> in the smtpserver so that one can "trivially" rewrite the policy
> routines, and to interact with internal tracker servers, even
> rewrite those servers by loading suitable perl script..
> Ah when do I have time...
I rewriten fully perl support, added postgrey support in smtpserver
and added SRS support, header rewriting and much more in router.
Additionaly, I corrected some bugs. Currently I am testing my big
patch and I am going to publish it at the beginning of September.
However, ... this patch is for 2.99.57.pre3... but I think it
could be easliy ported to CVS version.
Daniel Kiper - firstname.lastname@example.org
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