On Sat, 2003-06-14 at 11:37, Trey Nolen wrote:
> There is a very nice looking package on Freshmeat (http://www.freshmeat.net)
> today that allows users to make changes to their Spamassassin preferences
> via the web. Has anyone tried using it with Vpopmail?
Hmm Look at this in config.php:
// user_prefs File Location
// If you typed "file" for $prefs_source above, set this
// to the location of the user_prefs file. WebUserPrefs doesn't
// have authentication modules (yet) so you may want to write
// own authentication scheme and set this variable accordingly.
$user_prefs = "user_prefs";
It looks like it only works with a single "user_prefs" file..
If you call spamassassin with -u vpopmail, it's supposed to grab the
prefs file from vpopmail/domains/user/.spamassassin.
I think the place for this is qmailadmin, but it would probably
integrate easier with Horde (I already pass login info to qmailadmin
from Horde) or Sqwebmail...
I think you need to replace $user_prefs with the full directory, if
you're using SQL, it would be easy enough to grab that from the table
based on the user's login name - I force users to use their complete
email address for login..
If I get around to it, I'm up for giving it a try. (rebuilding a server
at the moment..)