Available here are patches that I use in my own installations. I’ve included only patches I use that are not available elsewhere. These patches will work with both qmail and netqmail.
|qregex-20060423.patch||26.1 KB||md5 2ac42de24ca6a1a46024e743a708c143
|qregex-starttls-2way-auth-20060423.patch||99.2 KB||md5 642fdc4f0728ad07b8274d729efe24aa
|starttls-2way-auth-20060305.patch||78.7 KB||md5 3359340f1f93c76402c1ad99884ee174
qregex-20060423.patch adds pattern matching in the badhelo, badmailfrom, badmailfromnorelay, badmailto, and badmailtonorelay control files. Pattern matching is case insensitive and logs are generated when a match is found.
starttls-2way-auth-20060305.patch adds authenticated and secure SMTP sessions to qmail. This patch combines four patches (netqmail-1.05-tls-20060104, qmail-smtpd-auth-057, qmail-remote_authenticated_smtp.patch, and canonicalised-recipient-logging) all available at www.qmail.org into one convenient package.
qregex-starttls-2way-auth-20060423.patch combines both of the previous patches into one easy-to-install file. The two previous patches run into each other when you try to apply both of them to qmail.