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From:
Jared Johnson
Date:
January 21, 2015 17:44
Subject:
Re: Is there any example of a Qmail::Deliverable plugin
Message ID:
1421862263084.6798@efolder.net
Looks like this might do what you need:

https://github.com/smtpd/qpsmtpd/blob/72f1a7a9620b5d732749a2c84e71998113f5d1fc/plugins/qmail_deliverable

-Jared

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From: Reinhard Seifert <reinhard@currerius.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 5:18 AM
To: qpsmtpd@perl.org
Subject: Is there any example of a Qmail::Deliverable plugin

Hi,

first of all, thank you guys for developing/maintaining qpstmpd, really
a great piece of work.

I am a newbee qpstmpd user and also new to Perl... and also quite new to
qmail at that.

It took me some time to dpkg-reconfigure the debian package, but now it
is working excellent together with spamassassin.


I found the Qmail::Deliverable module for perl and installed it using
cpanminus.

But what now?

I looked at perldoc Qmail::Deliverable and found those code lines to use
in a qpstmpd plugin

<quote>
        use Qmail::Deliverable ':all';

        return DECLINED if not qmail_local $recip;
        return DECLINED if deliverable $recip;
        return DENY, "Who's that?";
</quote>

I pasted those lines into /usr/share/qpstmpd/plugins/check_deliverable
and added "check_deliverable" to the /etc/qpsmtpd/plugins config file.

But when restarting the service I get an error message complaining about
the $recip variable.

I tried to find an example plugin which utilizes Qmail::Deliverable, but
did not succeed.

Can anyone give me a hint or even provide a working plugin? Also welcome
are hints regarding the startup of the qmail-deliverabled daemon. Do I
need to start it and will the plugin know about the port?

Thanks,
Reinhard

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