On Friday 02 April 2004 08:21 pm, Ken Jones wrote: > > How about security? If we got it secures by SSL we coiuld use it on > > multiple servers from one console. Rick, could you post a URL to the > > code? > > I was talking this over with Jeremy and he recommended running it > under tcpserver. So we could run it over ssl with the ssl patch to > tcpserver.
or just using ucspi-ssl (http://www.superscript.com/ucspi-ssl/intro.html <-- hopefully that's the correct url, they appear to be down at the moment) > > > That sounds good. Of course as a C programmer I'd prefer it be > > > written in C linking in the vpopmail API. I'd like to take a swing > > > at building it in C over the weekend. vmailmgr has something > > > like this already, including a php module to talk to it. Perhaps > > > we can re-use some of that code. > > That woudl be the best way. However, then we'd need a PHP API to use in > > web-apps > Yep, a php module api to talk to the daemon. Apparently that is > what the vmailmgr daemon has. yes, vmailmgr has vmail.inc included with it that you can use with php programs to talk to the daemon. -Jeremy -- Jeremy Kitchen Systems Administrator [EMAIL PROTECTED] Kitchen @ #qmail on EFNet - Join the party! ..................... Inter7 Internet Technologies, Inc. www.inter7.com 866.528.3530 toll free 847.492.0470 int'l 847.492.0632 fax GNUPG key ID: 93BDD6CE