Beyond rtcyrus2 (sendmail integration)
Andrzej Adam Filip
anfi at xl.wp.pl
Mon Dec 4 15:59:09 EST 2006
Joseph Brennan <brennan at columbia.edu> writes:
> Andrzej Adam Filip <anfi at xl.wp.pl> wrote:
>> 2) Methods you suggest do not give a chance to reject messages to over
>> quota mailboxes *in SMTP session*.
> ...which can be a good thing if you want to give users a chance to
> clean up or request more space.
> The trouble with smmapd is that it gives only a binary yes/no response,
> not distinguishing even 'user unknown' from 'user over quota'. Reject
> 'user unknown' in the smtp session-- absolutely-- but temp fail situations
> are handled more nicely by accepting and queueing locally.
IMHO it is simply a matter of making smmapd.c sending replies in
smapd.c gets in every query:
* map name (currently ignored)
* query string (currently mailbox name)
smapd.c can send replies in format based on "map name" e.g.
for map_name="cyrus" it can preserve the current behavior
for map_name="cyrus2" it can send back
* FOUND OK:mailbox_name
* FOUND QUOTA:mailbox_name
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