I've never used vpopmaild, but...Have a look here:
I think you can tailor the location of the run script to match the
current qmail configuration in /var/qmail/supervise/
On 1/22/2019 6:17 AM, Leonardo Porto wrote:
I am using Roundcube with my new qmailtoaster centos7 installation.
But I did not installed it using yum, I downloaded it from roundcube
website and run installation script, I guess it is the same result.
I trying to use the password plugin, it seems its default db driver
does not work with qmail/vpopmail, so I tryed vpopmaild.
I run vpopmaild in command line using tcpserver and succefully changed
the password in roundcube - I could see it working in command line.
Now I suppose I have to create supervise files for vpopmaild... is
that the usual method? Or you guys use something else?
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