[Mimedefang] md_check_against_smtp_server and md_graphdefang_log
C.J.Theunissen at differ.nl
Tue Mar 26 03:27:36 EDT 2013
On Tue, 26 Mar 2013, James Curtis wrote:
>FILTERING BY RECIPIENT
> You can define a function called filter_recipient in your filter.
> This lets you reject messages to certain recipients, rather than
> waiting until the whole message has been sent. Note that for this
> check to take place, you must use the -t flag with mimedefang.
>Can someone verify that modifying the /etc/rc.d/init.d/mimedefang script
> daemon $PROGDIR/$prog-multiplexor -p /var/spool/MIMEDefang/$prog-multiplexor.pid -t \
> daemon $PROGDIR/$prog-multiplexor -t -p /var/spool/MIMEDefang/$prog-multiplexor.pid \
> am I misunderstanding what it means to run it with the -t option.
>I think this may be why my md_check_against_smtp_server doesn't appear to be working.
If you want to start "mimedefang" with the "-t" flag then you better
put "-t" in the command that starts "mimedefang" rather than in the
command that starts "mimedefang-multiplexor".
But normally you don't need to modify the /etc/rc.d/init.d/mimedefang
script. The startup script reads a configuration file and will start
the daemons depending on the contents of that configuration file.
File names and locations of startup scripts and config files might
vary among OS-es/distributions/versions. On a Debian Linux Squeeze
system the config file is located in /etc/default/mimedefang.
In that file I have:
# "yes" turns on the multiplexor recipient checking function
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