tethys.ocean at gmail.com
Sun Dec 19 06:37:56 PST 2004
yep, I want to do this but my packet version conflicted..
FreeBSD 5.3 stable
Bind9-9.3.0 (for only dns cahe)
Postfix-2.2.20041008,2 (also for GUI postfix-admin)
Amavisd (clamav + spamassassin)
Sqwebmail (for webmail and also very important that is user must be
change his/her passwd)
I saw openwebmail its very nice but passwd change options hasnt been
in packet so I give up using this.
why all packet is conflict each other I couldnt understantd
A lots of virtual host and I must find POP3 competible with courier-imap
and also very very important point is SMTP-AUTH in POP3 for virtual
users and quota for virtual user and they can be change their passwd
and also I had look a lots of document such as
shortly I have a lots of virual user that must reach webmail also POP3
and prevent their mailbox from spam and virus and also they must
change own passwd and pop3 deamond must be smtp-aut depens on their
username and passwd. AND also my stafff may manage webtools (with GUI)
they can create new virtual user and may give quota and aliases
virtusertable etc...and important point I dont want to use sendmail.
On Sat, 18 Dec 2004 21:27:12 +0100, martin hudec <corwin at aeternal.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 18, 2004 at 10:10:22PM +0200 or thereabouts, tethys ocean wrote:
> > I set that but I need pop3 because we have got a lots of virtual host
> > I must look for pop3 competible with courier-imap isnt it?!
> courier-imap is able to serve its maildirs (no, not mbox) using IMAP and
> POP3, both with secure variants. You can use mysql as authentication
> backend with sasl. I am using this solution with postfix as smtp
> server (also with user and virtual data in mysql), amavisd (clamav +
> spamassassin) as spam/virus filter. I am just bit sad that openwebmail
> is not working with maildirs, so I use horde/imp application instead
> to provide webmail services.
> martin hudec
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