[Mimedefang] smtp auth, how to bypass mimedafang

John Nemeth jnemeth at victoria.tc.ca
Wed Nov 14 02:59:05 EST 2007


On Apr 6,  2:57am, ADNET Ghislain wrote:
} ADNET Ghislain a =E9crit :
} > David F. Skoll a =E9crit :
} >> Steffen Kaiser wrote:
} >>
} >>> Actually, this is a sendmail question, but I don't think that it is
} >>> possible.
} >>
} >> Well, in filter_sender, you can return 'ACCEPT_AND_NO_MORE_FILTERING'
} >> which turns off all subsequent milter calls.  So you can't avoid
} >> milter completely, but you can avoid the really expensive calls.
} >>
} in fact my test reveal that the smtp auth info is not in filter sender.
} 
} I use
} 
}         if (defined($SendmailMacros{"auth_type"})) {
}                 md_syslog('warning',"smtp auth ");
}                 return ('ACCEPT_AND_NO_MORE_FILTERING', "ok");
}         }
}         if ($RelayAddr eq "127.0.0.1") {
}                 md_syslog('warning', "smtp 127.0.0.1");
}                 return ('ACCEPT_AND_NO_MORE_FILTERING', "ok");
}         }
} 
}  for local mail it work in filter_sender  but it does not for sendmail=20
} auth. I duplicated this in filter_end and it work there :)

     Macros aren't automatically read in for filter_sender() and
filter_rcpt().  You need to add "read_commands_file();" near the top of
filter_sender to have macros read in.

}-- End of excerpt from ADNET Ghislain


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