Bart Mortelmans | 14 Jan 11:05 2012
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OutBind in SmtpConfig

Hi,

I'm running XMailserver 1.27. I would like outgoing connections to come from a specific IP-address. While
it looks to be undocumented, I thought I could do this with something like this in server.tab:
"SmtpConfig"	"OutBind=XX.XX.XX.XX"

But the mails keep going out through the default IP-address. What am I doing wrong?
(If anybody asks: I triple checked: real tab in there!)

Thanks!

Sincerely,
Bart Mortelmans

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Rosario Pingaro | 14 Jan 17:44 2012
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moving to ipv6

hi,

we are moving all our services to ipv6.
I know that xmail support ipv6 but we use also graylist filter by Davide Libenzi that works with ip.

May some one provide feedbacks about ipv6 and filters that works on ipv6?

thanks
Ros
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q0017 | 15 Jan 15:11 2012
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Re: moving to ipv6

Hi Rosario

Filtering on IPv6-addresses works fine, you need to define you IPv4 and IPv6 filters separatley like

"*"    "*"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
"*"    "*"    "::/0"    "::/0"    "spamassassin.tab"

But i cannot tell you which scripts are working with IPv6, i'm using my own...

Greeetz
Stefan

On 14.01.2012 17:44, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
hi,

we are moving all our services to ipv6.
I know that xmail support ipv6 but we use also graylist filter by Davide Libenzi that works with ip.

May some one provide feedbacks about ipv6 and filters that works on ipv6?

thanks
Ros
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Rosario Pingaro | 15 Jan 15:42 2012
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Re: moving to ipv6

 
Thanks,
 
next week i will start from the smtps and see if I am able to deal with them.
 
bye for now.
 
regards
ros
 
 
 
Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:11 PM
Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
 
Hi Rosario

Filtering on IPv6-addresses works fine, you need to define you IPv4 and IPv6 filters separatley like

"*"    "*"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
"*"    "*"    "::/0"    "::/0"    "spamassassin.tab"

But i cannot tell you which scripts are working with IPv6, i'm using my own...

Greeetz
Stefan

On 14.01.2012 17:44, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
hi,

we are moving all our services to ipv6.
I know that xmail support ipv6 but we use also graylist filter by Davide Libenzi that works with ip.

May some one provide feedbacks about ipv6 and filters that works on ipv6?

thanks
Ros
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Rittikorn L | 16 Jan 05:30 2012
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POP Email, mail not arrange by date

Hi

I got one problem, with XMail POP
When I get Email by mail client

The message download not arrange by date timestamp it look like random

I need to sort by my self on mail client setting.

Problem 1:
iPhone POP Email, for default iphone cannot pop all Email in server side as the one time. ex. per time/ 25 mail need to click manual

it mean if I has a lot of mail in server side > 100, I cannot see new Email on iPhone. because some time download old Email 20 mail, today Email 5 mail.

Problem 2:
Mail client Ex. Becky, if download new Email the date never arrange, need to click arrange by self any time when open Becky.

It has any option to setting, ex. download email new timestamps first?


Regards,
Rittikorn L.
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Rittikorn L | 16 Jan 06:09 2012
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Re: POP Email, mail not arrange by date

Hello

Update
I found condition, when mail client get Email  or Mobile, it will get by mail id
mail id I mean when use POP command ex,
telnet localhost 110
user xxx <at> xxx.com
pass xxx
list
.
1062 9526
1063 1238
1064 26260
1065 52138
1066 2463
.
retr 1066

when I try to read Email by mail ID list look, mail not arrange by date.
and in this case number 1066 it will show in becky on first mail


Regards,
Rittikorn L.


On 16/01/12 11:30, Rittikorn L wrote:
Hi

I got one problem, with XMail POP
When I get Email by mail client

The message download not arrange by date timestamp it look like random

I need to sort by my self on mail client setting.

Problem 1:
iPhone POP Email, for default iphone cannot pop all Email in server side as the one time. ex. per time/ 25 mail need to click manual

it mean if I has a lot of mail in server side > 100, I cannot see new Email on iPhone. because some time download old Email 20 mail, today Email 5 mail.

Problem 2:
Mail client Ex. Becky, if download new Email the date never arrange, need to click arrange by self any time when open Becky.

It has any option to setting, ex. download email new timestamps first?


Regards,
Rittikorn L.


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Rosario Pingaro | 16 Jan 21:20 2012
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Re: moving to ipv6

I am not able to bind xmail to the ipv6 address.
 
Runnign 1.27 and commnad line: -SI 195.60.190.40 -S6 [2a01:9a80::2:25]
 
but i get:
Jan 16 20:46:58 smtp XMail[9121]: Invalid server address
 
 
any help is appreciated.
 
regards
Ros
 
 
Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:42 PM
Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
 
 
Thanks,
 
next week i will start from the smtps and see if I am able to deal with them.
 
bye for now.
 
regards
ros
 
 
 
Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:11 PM
Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
 
Hi Rosario

Filtering on IPv6-addresses works fine, you need to define you IPv4 and IPv6 filters separatley like

"*"    "*"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
"*"    "*"    "::/0"    "::/0"    "spamassassin.tab"

But i cannot tell you which scripts are working with IPv6, i'm using my own...

Greeetz
Stefan

On 14.01.2012 17:44, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
hi,

we are moving all our services to ipv6.
I know that xmail support ipv6 but we use also graylist filter by Davide Libenzi that works with ip.

May some one provide feedbacks about ipv6 and filters that works on ipv6?

thanks
Ros
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q0017 | 17 Jan 08:41 2012
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Re: moving to ipv6

Hi,

you can only set up an ipv4 or an ipv6 interfaces.... butif you are on a 
*nix system Pv4-mapped IPv6 addresses is your solution!

try -S6 [*2a01:9a80::2:25]* -S6 [ffff::*195.60.190.40*]

Greetz
S.

On 16.01.2012 21:20, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
> *I am not able to bind xmail to the ipv6 address.*
> **
> *Runnign 1.27 and commnad line: -SI 195.60.190.40 -S6 [2a01:9a80::2:25]*
> **
> *but i get: *
> *Jan 16 20:46:58 smtp XMail[9121]: Invalid server address*
> **
> **
> *any help is appreciated.*
> **
> *regards*
> *Ros*
> *From:* Rosario Pingaro <mailto:rpingar <at> nesec.it>
> *Sent:* Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:42 PM
> *To:* xmail <at> xmailserver.org <mailto:xmail <at> xmailserver.org>
> *Subject:* Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
> Thanks,
> next week i will start from the smtps and see if I am able to deal 
> with them.
> bye for now.
> regards
> ros
> *From:* q0017 <at> cuba.ionum.ch <mailto:q0017 <at> cuba.ionum.ch>
> *Sent:* Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:11 PM
> *To:* xmail <at> xmailserver.org <mailto:xmail <at> xmailserver.org>
> *Subject:* Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
> Hi Rosario
>
> Filtering on IPv6-addresses works fine, you need to define you IPv4 
> and IPv6 filters separatley like
>
> "*"    "*"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
> "*"    "*"    "::/0"    "::/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
>
> But i cannot tell you which scripts are working with IPv6, i'm using 
> my own...
>
> Greeetz
> Stefan
>
> On 14.01.2012 17:44, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
>> hi,
>>
>> we are moving all our services to ipv6.
>> I know that xmail support ipv6 but we use also graylist filter by 
>> Davide Libenzi that works with ip.
>>
>> May some one provide feedbacks about ipv6 and filters that works on ipv6?
>>
>> thanks
>> Ros
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> xmail mailing list
>> xmail <at> xmailserver.org
>> http://xmailserver...org/mailman/listinfo/xmail
>
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>
>
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Rosario Pingaro | 17 Jan 09:06 2012
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Re: moving to ipv6

I fixed my issue using this command line:
 
-SI 195.60.190.40 -SI [2A01:9A80::2:25]
 
using multiple –SI instance (one for each address) and using capitol letters for ipv6 address.
 
Now a question about smtprelay.tab:
To accept relay from my prefix 2A01:9A80::/32 how do i have to compile the tab?
Is it anough:
“2A01:9A80::/32”
 
without addomg the network mask?
 
regards
 
Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 8:41 AM
Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
 
Hi,

you can only set up an ipv4 or an ipv6 interfaces.... butif you are on a
*nix system Pv4-mapped IPv6 addresses is your solution!

try -S6 [*2a01:9a80::2:25]* -S6 [ffff::*195.60.190.40*]

Greetz
S.

On 16.01.2012 21:20, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
> *I am not able to bind xmail to the ipv6 address.*
> **
> *Runnign 1.27 and commnad line: -SI 195.60.190.40 -S6 [2a01:9a80::2:25]*
> **
> *but i get: *
> *Jan 16 20:46:58 smtp XMail[9121]: Invalid server address*
> **
> **
> *any help is appreciated.*
> **
> *regards*
> *Ros*
> *From:* Rosario Pingaro <mailto:rpingar <at> nesec.it>
> *Sent:* Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:42 PM
> *To:* xmail <at> xmailserver.org <mailto:xmail <at> xmailserver.org>
> *Subject:* Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
> Thanks,
> next week i will start from the smtps and see if I am able to deal
> with them.
> bye for now.
> regards
> ros
> *From:* q0017 <at> cuba.ionum.ch <mailto:q0017 <at> cuba.ionum.ch>
> *Sent:* Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:11 PM
> *To:* xmail <at> xmailserver.org <mailto:xmail <at> xmailserver.org>
> *Subject:* Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
> Hi Rosario
>
> Filtering on IPv6-addresses works fine, you need to define you IPv4
> and IPv6 filters separatley like
>
> "*"    "*"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
> "*"    "*"    "::/0"    "::/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
>
> But i cannot tell you which scripts are working with IPv6, i'm using
> my own...
>
> Greeetz
> Stefan
>
> On 14.01.2012 17:44, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
>> hi,
>>
>> we are moving all our services to ipv6.
>> I know that xmail support ipv6 but we use also graylist filter by
>> Davide Libenzi that works with ip.
>>
>> May some one provide feedbacks about ipv6 and filters that works on ipv6?
>>
>> thanks
>> Ros
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> xmail mailing list
>> xmail <at> xmailserver.org
>> http://xmailserver...org/mailman/listinfo/xmail
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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>
>
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q0017 | 17 Jan 09:39 2012
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Re: moving to ipv6


Hi Rosario

Does this really work?? Did you check with "netstat -a -n | grep 25"  
if XMail binds to both interfaces?

My first hints had some errors ... it should be

-S6 [2a01:9a80::2:25] -S6 [::ffff:195.60.190.40]

Greetz
S.

Quoting Rosario Pingaro <rpingar <at> nesec.it>:

> I fixed my issue using this command line:
>
> -SI 195.60.190.40 -SI [2A01:9A80::2:25]
>
> using multiple –SI instance (one for each address) and using capitol  
> letters for ipv6 address.
>
> Now a question about smtprelay.tab:
> To accept relay from my prefix 2A01:9A80::/32 how do i have to  
> compile the tab?
> Is it anough:
> “2A01:9A80::/32”
>
> without addomg the network mask?
>
> regards
>
> From: q0017 <at> cuba.ionum.ch
> Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 8:41 AM
> To: XMail Users Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
>
> Hi,
>
> you can only set up an ipv4 or an ipv6 interfaces.... butif you are on a
> *nix system Pv4-mapped IPv6 addresses is your solution!
>
> try -S6 [*2a01:9a80::2:25]* -S6 [ffff::*195.60.190.40*]
>
> Greetz
> S.
>
> On 16.01.2012 21:20, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
>> *I am not able to bind xmail to the ipv6 address.*
>> **
>> *Runnign 1.27 and commnad line: -SI 195.60.190.40 -S6 [2a01:9a80::2:25]*
>> **
>> *but i get: *
>> *Jan 16 20:46:58 smtp XMail[9121]: Invalid server address*
>> **
>> **
>> *any help is appreciated.*
>> **
>> *regards*
>> *Ros*
>> *From:* Rosario Pingaro <mailto:rpingar <at> nesec.it>
>> *Sent:* Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:42 PM
>> *To:* xmail <at> xmailserver.org <mailto:xmail <at> xmailserver.org>
>> *Subject:* Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
>> Thanks,
>> next week i will start from the smtps and see if I am able to deal
>> with them.
>> bye for now.
>> regards
>> ros
>> *From:* q0017 <at> cuba.ionum.ch <mailto:q0017 <at> cuba.ionum.ch>
>> *Sent:* Sunday, January 15, 2012 3:11 PM
>> *To:* xmail <at> xmailserver.org <mailto:xmail <at> xmailserver.org>
>> *Subject:* Re: [xmail] moving to ipv6
>> Hi Rosario
>>
>> Filtering on IPv6-addresses works fine, you need to define you IPv4
>> and IPv6 filters separatley like
>>
>> "*"    "*"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "0.0.0.0/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
>> "*"    "*"    "::/0"    "::/0"    "spamassassin.tab"
>>
>> But i cannot tell you which scripts are working with IPv6, i'm using
>> my own...
>>
>> Greeetz
>> Stefan
>>
>> On 14.01.2012 17:44, Rosario Pingaro wrote:
>>> hi,
>>>
>>> we are moving all our services to ipv6.
>>> I know that xmail support ipv6 but we use also graylist filter by
>>> Davide Libenzi that works with ip.
>>>
>>> May some one provide feedbacks about ipv6 and filters that works on ipv6?
>>>
>>> thanks
>>> Ros
>>>
>>>
>>> _______________________________________________
>>> xmail mailing list
>>> xmail <at> xmailserver.org
>>> http://xmailserver...org/mailman/listinfo/xmail
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> _______________________________________________
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>>
>>
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>> http://xmailserver.org/mailman/listinfo/xmail
>
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