Here's another plugin that I've found, it logs into qmailadmin:

http://www.davidc.net/miscellany/qmailadmin-plugin-roundcube

On 1/22/2019 6:59 AM, Leonardo - IW Telecom wrote:

Eric,

I found the same page and I am thinking to do exactly you said.
Do you use roundcube or recommend another driver for password plugin?

Thanks.


Em 22/01/2019 11:37, Eric Broch escreveu:

Leonardo,

I've never used vpopmaild, but...Have a look here:

https://qmail.jms1.net/vpopmail/vpopmaild.shtml

I think you can tailor the location of the run script to match the current qmail configuration in /var/qmail/supervise/

Eric

On 1/22/2019 6:17 AM, Leonardo Porto wrote:

Hi everyone,

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?
Thanks.

Leonardo.

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