You need to compile vpopmail with --enable-qmail-ext=y , IIRC 

check ./configure --help to be sure


On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 15:17, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I need to be able send email to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> where xxx could be any length and containing numbers.
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] or [EMAIL PROTECTED] would be valid.
> once the users/assign file matches it, it's passed off to a .qmail file
> and processed by another program.  but vpopmail does not let me do this!
> before using vpopmail i was able to use something like this in users/assign
> +m-:alias:1005:1005:/var/qmail/alias:::
> it would match any m-  email address (like the examples above) and the
> .qmail-default file would process it.
> just like the life with qmail manual says it should
> (from manual:       +prefix:user:uid:gid:directory:dash:prepend:
> What this means is that messages received for addresses
> of the form prefixrest will be delivered as user user, with the
> specified uid and gid, and the file directory/.qmaildashprependrest
> will specify how the messages are to be delivered.)
> vpopmail does not let me do this, i think because it rewrites address as
> domain-user@domain
> how can i match email address of [EMAIL PROTECTED] like i used to?
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