Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1471056
Review Request: postsrsd - Sender Rewriting Scheme (SRS) daemon
Last modified: 2017-07-21 03:12:53 EDT
Spec URL: https://gitlab.com/osas/osas-infra-team-rpm-pkg/blob/master/postsrsd/postsrsd.spec
SRPM URL: https://copr-be.cloud.fedoraproject.org/results/duck/osas-infra-team-rpm-repo/epel-7-x86_64/00573099-postsrsd/postsrsd-1.4_a77bf99-2.el7.centos.src.rpm
Description: PostSRSd is used to mitigate strict SPF settings (like done by Red Hat) in order to allow forwarding from a custom domain. For example email@example.com aliases to firstname.lastname@example.org would fail. PostSRSd rewrites addresses similarly to mailing-lists softwares to allow this.
Fedora Account System Username: duck
This package is not present in the distribution ans no other ticket was found.
The package builds well and works well too. Also despite the fact the last build failed on Copr, the previous one worked fine and the spec file did not change between the two (just added documentation in the repo), so there is most probably a bug on Copr's side.
This software relies on a modified version of libsrs2 (http://www.libsrs2.org/download.html) which is unmaintained since 2014. I did not reach out postsrsd upstream yet. Having a new maintainer for libsrs2 and building postsrsd with it would be much better but that's a lot of work outside the scope of this package.
As for the build problems, it was partially solved in ticket #1471066 and is being continued in #1473361 and #1473364. The build was relaunched and works well on all F25/F26/EL7 distros and related architectures.
Could someone haz a look pleaze?