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by Bill48105
2010-04-25 21:02
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: less folders in each user data folder
Replies: 38
Views: 17565

Re: less folders in each user data folder

But that is the way it already works. email comes in, it is given a randomly generated hash. hMail checks to see if there is a folder with the first 2 digits. If there isn't it creates one, if there is then it's placed in that folder. edit : Just spotted martins post, I see what you say in that res...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 18:45
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Bypass Greylisting on SPF Pass: not working
Replies: 8
Views: 2120

Re: Bypass Greylisting on SPF Pass: not working

Hey sycor, Odd your logs show no SPF check, mine do. Maybe the disable greylist on spf just disable logging. :D Btw not sure if you tested the .it domain vs their spf record & it definitely passes, even with the only spf testing tools. I checked mine & with same settings as yours my logs show: "DEBU...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 16:21
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Relay using Outer SMTP on Failed
Replies: 13
Views: 4157

Re: Relay using Outer SMTP on Failed

The mail I sent is to erema.com.cn some machine company But then I also try using gmail ( route to gmail to sent to gmail using my server ) still no luck the gmail password 100% correct, I can login and send to above email from gmail OK so we know what you sent TO but what was the email FROM? Is th...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 16:02
Forum: Archived feature requests
Topic: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time
Replies: 19
Views: 16917

Re: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time

Sorry again ^DooM^. After I re-read what I wrote it could appear like I hadn't read what you said but like I said, what was going on in my head wasn't exactly what came out that's for sure. I take full responsibility as I should have written it when I wasn't distracted & proof-read it but I was in a...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 15:34
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Relay using Outer SMTP on Failed
Replies: 13
Views: 4157

Re: Relay using Outer SMTP on Failed

The routes settings is working but it return below message Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients. Sent: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 09:02:48 +0800 Subject: 测试邮件 The following recipient(s) could not be reached: mail@people.com Error Type: SMTP Remote server (74.125.157.109) issued a...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 07:01
Forum: Archived feature requests
Topic: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time
Replies: 19
Views: 16917

Re: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time

I prefer not reveal the existence of real users, -vs unknown users. Keep them guessing, and make them do the work. Oh so true, don't want to give the spammers any more info than needed while giving legit bounces enough info to be useful to legit senders. I guess this is where being able to set SMTP...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 05:59
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Sending mail
Replies: 25
Views: 4596

Re: Sending mail

for my domian i just bought or for my home server ? i think my home ip is static its never changed and for the domain i bought not sure wot the ip is for that Many blocks of IP's are arbitrarily added to certain RBL's (or they are re-purposed later & never updated) & require request for removal bef...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 05:44
Forum: Archived feature requests
Topic: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time
Replies: 19
Views: 16917

Re: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time

I run local bind dns services on the same machines as hMail to save overhead, but traffic could be reduced even further. Using slow dns servers, or other such geographically dispersed dns servers, potential problem points could be averted. In a lot of cases, I see IP addresses connect several hundr...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 03:41
Forum: Archived feature requests
Topic: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time
Replies: 19
Views: 16917

Re: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time

Please read the full post before making comments. I apologize if I somehow offended you but I did read the entire post and perhaps my thoughts did not come out as I intended because I was distracted at the time. I guess my point was a local DNS server caching the lookups should provide good results...
by Bill48105
2010-04-25 00:01
Forum: Archived feature requests
Topic: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time
Replies: 19
Views: 16917

Re: Cache results of RBL's for user defined period of time

Yeah some sort of caching would be nice but doesn't your DNS server cache lookups? I use BIND & it does for me.. First lookup takes a lot longer than subsequent ones as seen by the timestamp in the logs. If you use your ISP's DNS server (or indirectly using your routers) it isn't too hard to setup B...
by Bill48105
2010-04-24 23:57
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: User mailbox editing
Replies: 41
Views: 28198

Re: User mailbox editing

If you know the persons password you can just login as them with webmail or other email client & do your stuff & be done. Being able to login as them temporarily (like a true alias account with it's own password to login to another user's box) would solve the issue of not having their password but u...
by Bill48105
2010-04-24 23:42
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: SPF issue with autoforward email
Replies: 7
Views: 5358

Re: SPF issue with autoforward email

Howdy, I'm no RFC expert by any means so not sure if the topic is covered or not but IMO email that comes in from the outside & is forwarded automatically by the server should not have the original sender's email address in tact as far as the SMTP conversation is concerned. Here's why: 1. As you poi...