On Tue, 28 Nov 2006, Julian Mehnle wrote:
Mail::SPF::Query and the spfquery tool based on it are hopelessly outdated.
They barely work but have a lot of problems.
Also, running a new Perl process for each mailfrom is hopeless inefficient.
There needs to be some daemon interface to keep the Perl process running.
I know there is such a thing, because Perl (and Python) srs uses it for Exim.
The SRS daemon for Exim listens on a socket for single line commands, and
prints the result of commands as a single line. There is some config option
in Exim to send those commands.
Stuart D. Gathman <stuart(_at_)bmsi(_dot_)com>
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