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Said Anders Brander on Fri, Oct 25, 2002 at 12:38:21AM +0200:
> How about a .qmail-default like this?:
> |exit 111
> - That would make the mail-delivery fail temporarily (afaik), and
> qmail would try again later.
Thanks for the tip, but I think that would only work on mail to the
default, or catch-all, and not all other users.
Regardless, I found that if you set the sticky bit on a domain
directory (i.e. chmod +t), then qmail will properly queue mail for that
domain and try back later. Works just like regularly, non-vpopmail
As for the retrieval, I see that if you limit POP3 and/or IMAP access
via vqadmin, it places a .qmailadmin-limits file with the lines
disable_pop and/or disable_imap lines in it. However, this doesn't seem
to actually limit POP3 or IMAP logins. Any tips there?
[!] Justin R. Miller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Encrypted email preferred (key 0xC9C40C31)
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