I added this page as a temporary index of qmail patches I've written, modified or am using. Perhaps one day I'll expand this to include better descriptions and instructions. For now, see my blog for more information.
For more information and instructions on my DKIM/Domainkeys patch, please see my blog entry.
- qmail-1.03-jms1.7.08-dkim-r1.patch - patch for John Simpson's combined patch v7.08
qmail-1.03-jms1.7.08-dkim.patch- patch for John Simpson's combined patch v7.08
- qmail-1.03-jms1.7.07-dkim-r1.patch - patch for John Simpson's combined patch v7.07
qmail-1.03-jms1.7.07-dkim.patch- patch for John Simpson's combined patch v7.07
- libdkim-1.0.19-linux.patch - patch to compile libdkim on linux
- libdkim-1.0.19-extra-options.patch - patch that adds some extra options to the libdkimtest program that comes with libdkim
IPv6 for Qmail
These patches add support for IPv6 to Qmail. For more information and instructions on how to use these patches, see my blog post on IPv6 support for qmail.
- qmail-1.03-jms1.7.08-ipv6.patch - patch for John Simpson's combined patch v7.08
- qmail-1.03-jms1.7.07-ipv6.patch - patch for John Simpson's combined patch v7.07
- ucspi-tcp-0.88-ipv6.patch - this patches tcpserver to allow incoming connections via IPv6. The original patch comes from www.fefe.de. I modified it to add IPv6 support to rblstmpd.
- ucspi-ssl-0.70-ipv6.patch - this patches sslserver to allow incoming connections via IPv6
- jgreylist-0.8-ipv6.tar.gz - adds support for IPv6 addresses to John Simpson's jgreylist program.
These patches allow making a SSL connection via qmail-remote when connecting to port 465. They also allow making a TLS connection without a client certificate.