I think you should explain what you did and where you failed and what is
going wrong etc. Now you cant expect us to write you a manual for this
only for you. At least nobody would do that for free only for one
person's benefit. Then again after all that work, you might say that you
still do not understand etc. So it is a difficult situation for all of us.
We do not know your exact problem. We can not tell you how to fix it.

We can guide you but you must go through the door yourself :)

Here is my qmail-smtpd run file which was working when I used serialmail
if it is any help. This was the most difficult part for me.
exec /usr/local/bin/tcpserver -p -R -x /usr/local/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp.cdb \
-u82 -g81 -v -c100 0 smtp \
      sh -c '
        cd /var/qmail/autoturn
        exec setlock -nx $TCPREMOTEIP/seriallock \
        maildirsmtp $TCPREMOTEIP autoturn-$TCPREMOTEIP- $TCPREMOTEIP AutoTURN
      ' \
`hostname --fqdn` /usr/local/vpopmail/bin/vchkpw /usr/bin/true 2>&1

On Tue, 5 Aug 2003, Devendra Singh wrote:

> At 04/08/03 06:27 (+0300), you wrote:
> >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
> Dear vpopmail experts,
> I did read the "Readme" and "Install" many times. But could not understand 
> how to mix and match the Serialmail with vpopmail. I am not a qmail / 
> vpopmail guru.
> If anyone has done this before, please help me out. But I was able to 
> configure VODMR (ATRN) and tested it working.
> Thanks in anticipation.
> Devendra Singh

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