Joe, Not that I know of because of the way it authenticates. It takes the @domain part and figures out which password file to use. Then takes the user name and authenticates against it in that file.
Brad Davis ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joe Oaks" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 12:26 PM Subject: [vchkpw] newbie help? > Hello guru's > > I recently have been tasked with the project of providing a email solution > for a project at work. They currently use sendmail with qpopper for some > 500 aliases and send/receive a little more than 400,000 messages a month. > > Now comes the fun part they are about to migrate the North and South > Americas > mail.support which is currently housed on Exchange (ewww). So in light of > this > there sendmail/qpopper will quickly get over ran. > > I have convinced them to allow me to setup qmail as a solution for them, and > they have accepted it, woot. > > Now I have done some reading and implementing on a test box with the > following, > qmail + qmailadmin + vpopmail + autoresponder + ezmlm (just incase they want > mailing list) + clamav + qmailscanner. All works great, and they love it. > > Now here is my question to you guys, when I create a virtual domain e.g. > mailsupport.hp.com (this has the current 500 aliases) and I start adding > users > via qmailadmin and the vpopmail, I'm have noticed something I hope you guys > can > help me fix. Say I create a user called lj4050 (laserjet 4050) his email > address > is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and his login is [EMAIL PROTECTED], is > there > a way to make his login just lj4050 and not have the @domain part? > > Joe Oaks > Senior Systems Admin > Hewlett Packard > > >