I hired a friend of mine to configure postfix a year or so ago and I don't know what compile options he used when he built it, but
he must have left something out. postmap complains about not supporting hash: as a map type. I tried to get a couple other
pop-before-smtp implementations working in the past but they only supported hash db types as well. :)
Don't go out of your way to implement it. I just need to get around to recompiling a newer version but I've been lazy since other
than the hash: issue its been really low maint.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marcus Redivo"
To: "Matthew Lenz"
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 11:00 AM
Subject: Re: popbsmtpd
> I did a bit of digging (http://www.postfix.org/postmap.1.html) before just
> answering, but I came up with the same result; the program would have to
> be modified to produce dbm files.
> Are you certain there is no hash support in your Postfix? Does it complain
> when you give it a hash in the configuration file? You can quickly make a
> hash to test this as follows:
> # echo "192.168.1.1 OK" >foo
> # postmap hash:foo
> # postmap -q 192.168.1.1 foo
> I will put dbm output on the todo list.
> Marcus Redivo
> The Binary Tool Foundry
> Matthew Lenz said:
> > I've got a strange situation with my copy of postfix. It was compiled
> > (or maybe predates) with the hash: map type. Is it possible to make
> > popbsmtpd work with dbm: map type? This is the map type all my other
> > db (.dir and .pag) files use.
> > Matthew Lenz
> > FREIGHTlist.com
> > 314.824.1900
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