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willemb
Greetings.
option "no_retry_include_ip_address" unknown
and also:
option "route_data" unknown
Are these not standard options that are ALWAYS available?
henk
yes.
willemb
So what's up with them being unknown?
henk
they are not standard options that are always available.
willemb: just look at the docs for route_data...
willemb
hmm. so route_data = 127.0.0.1
would be wrong?
interesting that it works for a previous section
I have a local_inject router and a etrn_accept router
127.0.0.1 seems to be an acceptable entry for route_data for the one, but not for the other.
henk
willemb: what router do they use?
willemb
:q
worng window, sorry
lemme pastebin the section
http://pastebin.mozilla.org/697241
although, it munged the whitespace
henk
pf, i'm for sure not gonna read that...
willemb
:-)
         

henk
use a proper pastebin, like paste.debian.net or pastebin.org or whatever...
willemb
http://pastebin.mozilla.org/697242
that one looks better
henk
willemb: route_data is limited to one router...
s/router/router driver/
willemb
so it works in the first one simply because it is first?
henk
no, look at the route_data docs...
willemb
aah, looks like route_data has to e a list?
some kind of lookup?
henk
route_dataUse: manualrouteType: string Default: unset
0948 < henk> willemb: route_data is limited to one router...
Use: manualroute
getting it now?
willemb
I don't know what you mean by 'is limited to one router'
and besides, replacing route_data 127.0.0.1 with manualroute 127.0.0.1 has the same effect
henk
willemb: you can only use route_data with the manualroute driver...
willemb
aah
that helps
however, now it doesn't like
no_retry_include_ip_address
henk
where have you got that directive from?
i can't find it in the docs, haven't search much though...
willemb
from the docs
henk
link?
willemb
http://books.google.co.za/books?id=2AVQHCwCBboC&pg=PA299&lpg=PA299&dq=no_retry_include_ip_address&source=bl&ots=LUC3Wxnl68&sig=ajBV0jP88K7Wxnczhb8qoYCHyFU&hl=en&ei=VS5QS6jUEIK04Qa9-tiRCQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CAcQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=no_retry_include_ip_address&f=false
for one
henk
that is not the docs...
the docs are exim.org/docs
the docs are exim.org/docs.html
willemb
hmmm
henk
and i can't access that url.
willemb
I originally saw it on the box somewhere. Not sure if it was a manpage or /usr/share/docs/exim
aha
it should be in the transport, not the router
henk
willemb: http://exim.org/exim-html-current/doc/html/spec_html/ch30.html retry_include_ip_address
willemb
thanks for your help
         

henk
you're welcome
Faustov
hello, I'm trying to allow a certain IP to bypas "require verify = sender" in the check_smtp ACL by adding hosts = !a.b.c.d - but I can't get that to work - any thoughts?
phx
have you tried !hosts = ... ?
Faustov
will try right now
phx: same result
or not, one moment
phx
and what does debug show?
Faustov
http://pastebin.com/d111a9a3d
the ACL + the debug
looks like this syntax i've used is in conflict with "require"
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