MySQL doesn't replace vpopmail, it adds to the functionality of it. It
is just a different backend for storing user and domain information.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alan Murrell [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 9:19 AM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [vchkpw] Vpopmail: Best method for virtual hosts/domains?
> I am putting together a dedicated hosting box for a
> Customer, who will be hosting several domains. The
> box will also handle their email. I will be
> installing Apache/PHP/MySQL/mod_perl/etc. from
> Apachetoolbox, and will be using
> Qmail/Vpopmail/QmailAdmin/Sqwebmail for the mail solution.
> My question is, which is the best way to handle the
> virtual mail authorization? I have used 'vhckpw' in
> the past, but also notice that many people seem to
> like using MySQL for that. What are some of the
> advantages/disadvantages of using MySQL over the
> "traditional' vhckpw? Or are one of the other authorization
> methods better? I know this is a subjective question. I
> guess what UI'm looking for are pros & cons, so I can then
> make my own decision based ont hat.
> TIA for your help and insight.
> Alan Murrell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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