In case anybody’s wondering, I’m having some issues with my internet connection. Although my web site is back on the air, my email server is still offline. I’m working hard to correct that and I am confident that I will have everything back in service soon.
I’m now running shiny new installs of Mandrake Linux 9.1 and FreeBSD 4.8. All upgrades were completed without incident; which is saying a lot given all the third party software I’ve installed on these boxes.
Courieruserinfo retrieves information on user accounts that are accessible from Courier authentication modules. Grab it from the Downloads link.
The Arda Network has always used a virtual domain for routing mail. As it stood, my setup would only work with a single virtual domain. No longer! Now my mail server will work with an arbitrary number of virtual domains. I’ve updated my Mail Server and DNS & DHCP Setup Docs to reflect the changes.
Courierpassd, the program that lets users change their password from a remote location, is now up to version 0.30. Follow the Downloads link to download it today.
I’ve added a section for people who want to subscribe to a mailing list with a TMDA protected address but don’t want the list to see tagged email addresses.
Minor changes to the document. I’ve upgraded to Courier IMAP 1.7.1 and I’ve made a small change to my spfilter setup.
I’ve added Fetchmail to the list of software I’m using on my mail server. Before setting up my own mail server, I used an email address supplied to me by my ISP. I still use this address for a few things and with Fetchmail, I’m able to download mail from my ISP’s mail server into my own mail server.
Stunnel is now running in a chroot jail on the Arda Network. Go to the Documents page to find out how it’s done.
Well, this isn’t really a new document. I’ve had a link to it from my DNS & DHCP Setup document for some time but now I have it listed directly on my Documents page.