Thu Jan 10 18:19:11 UTC 2002
Vernon Schryver <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > I would add "-w whiteclnt" to the invocation of dccproc to specify > a white/blacklist. OK, will do, thanks. > If qmail knows the IP address and can put it into the command line, > I would also use "-a whatever". Otherwise, if qmail has added a > Received line by that point and it is in a standard sendmail style > that dccproc can recognize, I would use -R. If qmail has not added > the received line, I would probably not use -R, because the Received > lines of systems other than your own often cannot be trusted. I can get various environment variables so could write a little script that invoked dccproc with these (or similar) arguments. No problem. Thanks again!
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