Qmail handles this, and it can be enabled for vpopmail at compile time
with this:

--enable-qmail-ext=y|n   enable qmail email address extensions (default

I don't know how well-tested that is or if it brings up any lurking bugs
in vpopmail though...


On Mon, 15 Sep 2003, Taylor Dondich wrote:

> This was a feature that someone was telling me about on the imail
> platform, and I was wondering if anyone else ran into it and how to do
> it with a vpopmail setup.  Lets say I run domain: test.com, and I have a
> user called foo.  They had it setup so, if anyone e-mailed
> [EMAIL PROTECTED], it would forward it to user foo, and into their imap
> folder, bar.  If it didn't exist, it would create the folder bar.
> Anyone know of a solution for something like this?  Sounds kinda handy
> to have.
> --
> Taylor Dondich
> Majik Networks
> www.majiknetworks.com
> 702-896-3470 - Office
> 702-617-9613 - Fax

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