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Said Justin R. Miller on Thu, Oct 24, 2002 at 07:14:23PM -0400:

> 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? 

Figured this one out too.  vmoduser is used on a user or a domain to
disable POP3 or IMAP access.  It seems to change the second numerical
field in a user's vpasswd file entry.  It adds a 2 to disable POP3 and
an 8 to disable IMAP.  So you can put a 10 there to disable both.
Presumably there are other values for disabling qmailadmin access, etc.  

Pretty cool!

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