Ok, I know this is going to ruffle some feathers, but I've been doing some
research, and it looks possible and doable.

I've been approached to recommend a mail server for a very large
organization.  However, they are a Microsoft shop, and will be migrating to
Windows 2000 and Active Directory very shortly.  For qmail+vpopmail to be
acceptable to them, they want "point and click".  Ok, qmailadmin will give
them point and click, but now they've got user information in two different

I believe the ldap option for vpopmail works reasonably well, even if some
people don't care for it :)  And Active Directory is essential built on top
of LDAP.  So, has anybody done any actual work on having vpopmail
authenticate against AD?



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