<html> <b>NAME</b><br> AddMXHosts - slow.conf configuration item <p> <b>SYNOPSIS</b><br> <code><ul> AddMXHosts = host.domain [, host.domain, ... ] </ul></code> <p> <b>DESCRIPTION</b><br> The AddMXHosts slow.conf configuration item lists the hosts that should be added to your list of MX servers. This item is useful because some MX servers do not record their correct name on Received: header lines. For example, condsider the MX server named mx1.host.gov (the name lised when you look up your MX servers). Suppose it aslo has other names, and the one in the Received: header is sleepy.host.gov: <ul><code> Received: from sleepy.host.gov (mx1.host.gov [220.127.116.11])<br> by your.host.domain (8.13.1/8.13.1) with ESMTP id hBHKfpAq007848<br> for <email@example.com>; Wed, 17 Dec 2003 13:42:02 -0700 (MST)<br> <br> Received: from spam.host (spam.host.com [18.104.22.168])<br> by sleepy.host.gov id 4.1ce.16507c33 (17079)<br> for <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Wed, 17 Dec 2003 15:41:26 -0500 (EST)<br> </code></ul> <p> Here, notice that webmilt will now find that sleepy.host.gov is one of your MX serves, so it will look at the next Received: line to find the address (here 22.214.171.124) of the spamming host. <p> In an instance such as this, you may add the wrong name to your list of MX hosts using this AddMXHosts item. If this AddMXHosts item is declared, it is given a list of host.domains, each separated from the next by a comma. For example: <ul><code> AddMXHosts = sleepy.host.gov, grumpy.host.gov </code></ul> By default, AddMXHosts is empty, so no extra hosts are added to your list of MX servers. <p> </body> </html>
AddMXHost for MX servers that lie
Converted to thread safe DNS routines
RunAsUser and RunAsGroup for root startups
rebuild the database
summarize by IP number
Finished all documentation.
Moved release from alpha to beta