----- Original Message ----- From: "Arnaud BECKER" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> I have installed on 2 linux (debian and mandrake) Qmail + vpopmail + > Courier-Imap .... based on this very well done document : > http://sylvestre.ledru.info/howto/howto_qmail_vpopmail.php > > I have a big problem. > The roaming user is not working. When I want to send an email, it > answer that I'm not authorized to send mail through that smtp server. > As if tcpserver isn't wrapping the POP3 and IMAP connections to > authentificate connections and add them to the tcp.smtp.cdb > What is strange is that if I stop the qmail service and I restart it, > it works but only for the people which are connecting to the server > just at this time. I see that site recommends vpopmail-5.2.1 I dont think this is a very good idea, as this version contains a number of bugs, including a big one that causes problems with authenticating in courier-imap. I would recommend that you upgrade to the current stable vpopmail-5.2.2, or even the current development vpopmail-5.3.30 Note that if you upgrade your vpopmail, you will also then need to rebuild any other apps that use the vpopmail functions (eg qmailadmin, courier-imap) I have recently written some information regarding vpopmail roaming users. Perhaps take a look and see if it helps you solve your problem : http://www.pipeline.com.au/staff/mbowe/isp/webmail-server.htm#VPOPMAIL Michael.