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From: Robert McQueen <robot101 <at> hadesian.co.uk>
Subject: Re: invoking the LDA wrongly?
Newsgroups: gmane.mail.spam.dspam.user
Date: Saturday 7th March 2009 13:25:27 UTC (over 7 years ago)
Kenneth Marshall wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 06, 2009 at 05:09:57PM +0000, Robert McQueen wrote:
>> Kenneth Marshall wrote:
>>> Please make sure you have the following line in your DSPAM
configuration
>>> file:
>>>
>>> ## In LMPT mode, strip the "@*"; do NOT do this if you are a relay!
>>> StripRcptDomain         on
>> I've worked around it in the meantime by upgrading to dovecot 1.1 and
>> using "auth_username_format = %n". This option looks ideal too, but I
>> don't see any mention of this in 3.6.8 which Debian has, or 3.8.0 which
>> is the latest release I can find. Am I missing something?
> 
> I see. It was actually an option added in a patch posted by Tod Sandman
> when dealing with the exact same issue. Here is the thread and the patch.
> Maybe we can get it added in to the new release:
> 
> http://archive.netbsd.se/?ml=dspam-users&a=2006-03&t=1883074

This patch seems to be a bit of blunt instrument, because it means
either you will always deliver [email protected], or you'll always deliver as
user, and can never eg mix local and virtual users on the same system.
Wouldn't it be more elegant to have an optional LocalDomains parameter,
which defines domain(s) which should be stripped and hence delivered as
local users? I could try and brush up a patch.

> Cheers,
> Ken

Regards,
Rob


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