I have qmail and VpopMail running with the …./qmail-pop3d/run file looking like this;








exec /usr/bin/softlimit -m 3200000 \

/usr/bin/tcpserver -v -R -c 200 0 pop3 \

/var/qmail/bin/qmail-popup $HOSTNAME \

$PASSPROG /home/vpopmail/bin/vchkpw /var/qmail/bin/qmail-pop3d Maildir 2>&1







Domain1.com is the default domain on the server and sits in the default /home/user/Maildir type structure as was setup when I installed qmail.  Email for this domain works, I just can’t POP into it from a client (I could before installing vpopmail and modifying the …./qmail-pop3d/run file).

It was the only domain I was using when I originally installed qmail about a month back.


Domain2.com and Domain3.com are setup as virtual domains using Vpopmail and both work fine for both email send/receive and also POP access.






Can I set Domain1.com up to allow POP access from the clients (in the same way as in Domain2.com and Domain3.com)?


Or do I have to make ALL domains Virtual domains (in vpopmail)?


I can (by modifying the …./qmail-pop3d/run file) get POP access to work from Domain1.com but then I loose POP access to Domain2.com and Domain3.com, I can not work out how to get POP working for all three domains… is it possible?








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