On Sat, Jun 03, 2006 at 08:08:43PM +0200, Erik N??rgaard wrote:
> >> Can a user have more than one system mailbox?
> >> E. g., some ISP provides the next service: a client can make any number of
> >> mailboxes for himself using web interface.
> >> Almost all ISP are using UNIX.
> >> So, how they do this?
> >> Does that web interface create a new system user every time
> >> I create a new mailbox?
> >> I have sendmail 8.13.6 on FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE.
> Sorry, I missed OP. 1st: I doubt ISP's relies on unix accounts for mail.
> Rather they likely have clients in an ldap directory and mail on some
> database backend storage.
> 2nd: You can create an extra mailbox by adding a line to /etc/mail/aliases:
> mailbox_name: /path/to/mailbox_name
> then run newaliases. To let a user access the mailbox you need to set
> filepermissions accordingly.
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1st: It is interesting.
2nd: Thank you very much.
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