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qmail-inject sieve vacation/reject messages trouble

Last week me and a couple of friends dealed with a trouble which engaged us for many hours, until Stéphane Cottin sent me this patch after 3 minutes from my request!


The next pages are advanced and cover some optional but important features that you can skip at the beginning.

Possibly you can come back here once the server has been tested.

Realtime Blackhole List (RBL) - qmail-rblchk

This module is still under testing

A Realtime Blackhole List (RBL) is a list of addresses that an RBL list supplier believes are a source of Spam.

As an alternative to Bernstein's rblsmtpd, you can use Luca Morettoni's qmail-rblchk to block IPs from such lists.

qmail links

In a LQ forum's thread I was asked to prove that updates to the original DJB qmail program really exist, providing direct links to them. Since I think that the set of links I provided could be of interest for the visitors of this pages, this is a copy&paste of that post:

In no particular order:

20th Anniversary of Linux Video

Watch the Story of Linux to remember - or learn for the first time - how Linux disrupted a market and has begun to change the world.

And the Linux Foundation  has mentioned Slackware as the first widely adopted distribution! :D

Testing simscan

Send a message mailtest.txt to a user and check the simscan's response:

netqmail-1.06 - basic setup

Remove all existing MTA's like sendmail:

rm /usr/sbin/sendmail

For Slackware users:

removepkg /var/log/packages/sendmail*

Create users and groups and compile netqmail:


A toolkit for dealing with the qmail queue directory structure; it can create a new queue, move and properly rename a queue, dynamically change the conf-split value, convert big-todo queues to non-big-todo and vice versa, and repair a corrupted queue.