Yes you can use serialmail for some domains and for some not please just read the readme files which come with serialmail. they have all the elaboration you need. I have made an excellent working setup from the readme file in a few hours only. There was even a working example if I remember right.
Evren On Sat, 2 Aug 2003, Devendra Singh wrote: > > >Date: Fri, 1 Aug 2003 14:00:00 +0300 (WET) > >From: Evren Yurtesen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > >To: Devendra Singh <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > >cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED], Sunil Soni <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > >X-Filtered-With: RenAttach 1.1.1 (www.pc-tools.net) - goodlist filter > >Subject: Re: [vchkpw] ETRN / serialmail-AUTOTURN with vpopmail - How to ? > > > > > >you shouldnt have a domain in vpopmail when you use serialmail... > >so you can delete the lines. > >qmail will queue all the email which come to a domain into the > >autoturn directory you give to it, the client should have a static ip > >address which will connect to qmail-smtp, when the client connects, > >serialmail knows this client from the autoturn directory and will push all > >the emails from that clients autoturn directory to the client. etc. > >This approach has the drawback of queing mails for users which do not > >exist. > > > >Evren > > > >On Fri, 1 Aug 2003, Devendra Singh wrote: > > > > > Hi ! > > > > > > I have Installed qmail 1.03+vpopmail 5.3.20+mysql with SMTP-AUTH patch > > with > > > several Virtual Domains. I have also Installed serialmail. > > > > > > But, How do I invoke the serialmail for one domain. > > > > > > The AUTOTURN documentation says to put the line: > > > > > > +autoturn-:qmaild:7770:2108:/var/qmail/autoturn:-:: > > > > > > into the file /var/qmail/users/assign and asks to run qmail-pw2u > > > > > > but I already have following into the file /var/qmail/users/assign > > > > > > > > +del3.intermesh.net-:del3.intermesh.net:89:89:/home/vpopmail/domains/del3.intermesh.net:-:: > > > > > +del4.intermesh.net-:del4.intermesh.net:89:89:/home/vpopmail/domains/del4.intermesh.net:-:: > > > . > > > > > > How do I make the serialmail functional for the del4.intermesh.net > > > (remember that I also have functional SMTP-AUTH Patch) ? > > > > > > My existing /var/qmail/supervise/qmail-smtpd/run is as below > > > > > Does that mean that i have to remove all entries from the > "/var/qmail/users/assign" ? Would I be able to use autoturn for some > domains and normal pop3 / imap for others ? > > If anyone could elaborate a further more ! > > What's your opinion about an alternative called "vodmr" from > http://romana.now.ie/vodmr ? > >