How long ago was your experience with the vpopmail/sqwebmail combo? Since I am 
not going to be running a high volumn server I wonder if my experience would 
be different.  Just curious what you think.  I don't want to go the expense 
of Cold Fusion if I can avoid it.  I am a small operation < 10 employees and 
unlikely to grow much beyond that.  Might host another 20+ accounts for 
associates and contractors but that would be it.


Bob Porter

On Thursday 05 September 2002 12:11 am, you wrote:
> Hello Robert,
> No  webmail  interface.   I  use  a Cold Fusion webmail interface that
> works pretty well.
> I  found  in  my experimenting with vpopmail/sqwebmail/qmailadmin that
> there  were  far  more  problems  than  benefits.  I've been running a
> straight qmail server for a few years, then I added vpopmail/sqwebmail
> and qmailadmin.  After that everything went to hell, fast.  Forwarding
> did  not  work,  the webmail interface validated users for about a day
> then  quit.   qmailadmin  would  error  out  all  the  time, but still
> complete the task.
> I  switched back to a standard qmail install and found the cold fusion
> front  end.   Now  all  the  qmail  stuff  (forwarding,  aliasing, and
> catchall mailboxes) work just fine.
> Sincerely,
>  Kevin Barnes - [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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