[tpop3d-discuss] tpop3d-1.5.1 and SSL configuration
wash at wananchi.com
Thu, 21 Aug 2003 11:13:09 +0300
* Chris Lightfoot <email@example.com> [20030820 18:07]: wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 20, 2003 at 05:59:44PM +0300, ODHIAMBO Washington wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I am testing the latest release
> excellent! that's what we like to see :)
But I am stuck at level 0 anyway ;)
> > listen-address: 18.104.22.168(pop.wananchi.com) 22.214.171.124(smtp.wananchi.com) 192.168.50.3(mail.wananchi.com)
> > I would like to add the same names, but now on SSL port, like
> > 126.96.36.199:995;tls=stls,wananchi.crt,wananchikey\
> > 188.8.131.52:995;tls=stls,wananchi.crt,wananchi.key\
> > 192.168.50.3:995;tls=stls,wananchicrt,wananchi.key
> No, should be tls=immediate to negotiate encryption
> immediately on connection. You could add tls=stls and the
> certificate names to the normal listen-address
> specifications too, so that clients can negotiate
> encryption if they want it.
Okay, I am a bit lost, since brackets and even dots have special meanings in regexes.
I am not a programmer though, so bear with me.
I have tried
listen-address: 184.108.40.206:110/^([a-zA-Z]+\.wananchi\.com)/ \
Obviously this is wrong somewhere because I get an error. When I test:
./tpop3d -f ./tpop3d.conf -d -v
TCP Wrappers support enabled, using daemon name `tpop3d'
listener_new: bind(220.127.116.11:110): Can't assign requested address
listener_new: bind(18.104.22.168:110): Can't assign requested address
listener_new: bind(192.168.50.3:110): Can't assign requested address
tpop3d.conf: no listen addresses obtained; exiting
That complicates it if I were to add tls=stls also.
Any help with a complete syntax for listen-address: that also has tls
> > Secondly, I would like to try the bulletin thingie, and so I have added:
> > onlogin-child-wait: true
> > auth-perl-enable: true
> > auth-perl-start: do '/usr/local/etc/tpop3d/bulletins.pl';
> > Would this suffice to achieve the desired result (config-wise)??
> Almost. You need to add an
> auth-perl-onlogin: name_of_function
> statement so that tpop3d actually runs the bulletins
> function at login time.
Hang on.. since I do not use auth-perl to authenticate users, does it
mean that I require only three directives to run the bulletins, viz:
auth-perl-onlogin: do '/usr/local/etc/tpop3d/bulletins.pl';
We use auth-pam and auth-mysql for users. I only want to run the bulletins
stuff and that is wht auth-perl is coming into the mix.
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