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-----Original Message-----
From: Rick Widmer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, March 29, 2004 10:55 PM
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] vpopmail management with php

If you are thinking of doing this, you might want to look at the updated
  vpopmail extension I have here:


It has quite a few new functions, and allows most of QmailAdmin's
functionality, if you are willing to configure your web server to run as
the vpopmail user.

If you want to look at what I've done with pMailAdmin, let me know off
list, and I'll send you a copy.

Rick Widmer

Iavor Raytchev wrote:

> Hello,
> I am new to the list.
> The last weeks I tried to research on php based vpopmail manager. The
nearest I found were some vpopmail php extensions in PECL that are v. 0.2
> We have a web publishing software in php/Smarty/PostgreSQL and we run
qmail/vpopmail/ezmil. What we are looking for is vpopmail management
possibility form within php. We need to build a three level system - 1)
where server administrators can give max. number e-mail accounts per domain
(this can be enforced with the db) 2) where the domain administrators can
create e-mail accounts and 3) where the account users can manage their
accounts (password, auto-responder). Later we will extend that to cover
> As we did not find anything like that so far - I would like to ask if
anybody knows anything similar. If not - we would like to write it ourselves
and if anybody is interested in similar functionality - we could
specify/write it together.
> It can be open source.
> Best,
> Iavor
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