On Dec 24, 2003, at 7:08 AM, Andrea Riela wrote:
Probably there's a mistake.

When you enable-roaming-users, you're enabling a "POP before SMTP" feature. That means you need to authenticate via POP and pick up email before attempting to send. With a properly configured system, you'll be able to send from your IP address for 30 minutes after you establish a POP connection.

Keep in mind that if you're using courier-imap you need to recompile it after building vpopmail with enable-roaming-users since it links directly to libvpopmail instead of calling vchkpw.

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