[linux-elitists] (tmda) Re: Constraining Bogus challenges.
Tue Sep 23 21:23:46 PDT 2003
Quoting Nick Moffitt (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> I'm curious to see how this works out for you. I've got a crazy set
> of custom patches to my exim4 setup (largely to deal with new
> requiremenets for recent mailmans and for UUCP (I know.)).
Will do. So far, I'm playing with the Debian-unstable exim4 v. 4.22-5,
Marc Merlin's exim-sa 3.1 binary .deb that somehow replaces Exim4's
local-scan code (thus enabling use of SA during SMTP sessions), and his
lightly tweaked tarball for /etc/exim4 contents. I probably have to
tweak something in /etc/exim4/sa-exim.conf to enable SA processing, but
am taking it slow. (Too many new things at once for a production
Happily, Marc's SMTP-time rulesets for Exim4 seem to do quite well,
unaided. Good news, there. I'm just riding on it for a while, to make
sure legitimate mail isn't getting rejected.
> My discovery is that proper locking can help here.
In retrospect, yeah: If I have to retreat to Exim 3.22, that's probably
where the hitch was and can be fixed. Thanks.
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