installing vpopmail but I want to use mysql
raphael at computer-rental.ch
Mon Apr 28 15:14:55 PDT 2003
This might be a good start:
and of course:
by the way, thanks guys for this great stuff!
Le lundi, 28 avr 2003, à 23:53 Europe/Zurich, Liquid a écrit :
> I've recently installed qmail, and I'm using the included qmail-pop3d
> the pop server. This is all working great, it's running on a small
> machine I use myself as a router/firewall and I just thought I'd play
> with email. Now, I have several domains I am hosting on the box using
> bind, and now I'd like to use them for email as well so I'm looking
> installing vpopmail. I know about the fbsd mail-toaster and I think
> great, I only wish I saw it before I installed everything.
> I found a site:
> that shows how to install vpopmail using mysql among other things. I
> noticed that it's a how-to targeted at rh users so I didn't use it for
> more than insight on my installation. The thing is though that I
> noticed that the author wants the users to modify vmysql.h before the
> ./configure make... etc. If I install vpopmail from /usr/ports/mail I
> wont' have the opportunity to do so obviously, so I'm wondering if on a
> freebsd system that is even necessary, or if there's some other way,
> after vpopmail is installed, to tell it what/where the database is.
> Sandro M.
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