Dynamic Relay Authorization Control (pop-before-smtp)
A daemon that dynamically updates a relay authorization map for some
MTA (postfix, sendmail). It provides a way to allow legitimate users
to relay mail through an SMTP server, while still preventing others
from using it as a spam relay. User's IP addresses are added to the
map immediately after they have authenticated to the POP or IMAP
server. By default, map entries expire after 30 minutes, but can be
renewed by additional authentication. Periodically checking mail on
a POP server is sufficient to do this. The POP and SMTP servers can
be on different hosts.
Dynamic Relay Authorization Control
Please see the web page http://mail.cc.umanitoba.ca/drac/index.html
for up to date information on DRAC.
o Uses Berkeley db package to maintain a relay authorization
map for sendmail, /etc/drac/dracd.db .
o POP and IMAP mail servers make an RPC call to add an entry to the
authorization cache after they have authenticated each user.
HOWTO use drac with your MTA:
The Debian postfix package can use drac out-of-the box, with only a simple
change to the default configuration file; simply add 'btree:/var/lib/drac/dracd'
to your mynetworks variable in /etc/postfix/main.cf thusly:
mynetworks = 127.0.0.0/8
If your configuration differs significantly from the Debian d
rpc.dracd - Dynamic Relay Authorization Control server
rpc.dracd [-i ] [ -e expire ] [ dbfile ]
rpc.dracd is the Dynamic Relay Authorization Control server.
It uses the Berkeley db package to maintain a relay autho‐
drac (1.12-7.2) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Fix "fails to install due to i
o Added support for DB 4.1.x
o Included Makefile settings for AIX (David Barroso Berrueta)
This package was debianized by
Noèl Köthe <email@example.com> on Fri, 9 Nov 2001 23:22:09 +0100.
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