Hi all,
where can i find vpopmaild?

Am Mo, den 05.04.2004 schrieb Ken Jones um 16:16:
> vpopmaild Monday status and summary
> 
> 1) Status 
> I have a working vpopmaild that authenticates and runs
> a few of the commands below. I'll be working on more
> of the functions today. I'll update CVS later today so
> people can pick up a working copy.
> 
> 1) The auth command. 
> Let's have it return the user information for who is authenticating. 
> I think that information could be handy. Plus for System Admins
> return the full path to vpopmail/domains directory. And for Domain Admins
> return the full path to the domain directory.
> 
> 2) Directories.
> Following up on what Rick was suggesting for directory paths.
> For simplicity perhaps we should use full paths for everything.
> With the auth command returning full paths and the user 
> information containing full paths it might make things easier
> to understand if everything uses full paths.
> 
> 3) Current list of proposed functions
> Authentication:
> auth
> 
> User commands:
> add_user del_user mod_user user_info
> 
> Domain commands:
> add_domain del_domain dom_info 
> (do we need mod_domain?)
> 
> Directory/File commands:
> mk_dir rm_dir list_dir 
> mk_file rm_file write_file read_file 
> (perhaps mk_file and write_file should be one function)
> 
> List commands:
> list_domains list_users list_alias list_lists
> 
> IP mapping commands:
> get_ip_map add_ip_map del_ip_map show_ip_map
> 
> Limit commands:
> get_limits set_limits del_limits
> 
> Last Auth commands:
> get_lastauth get_lastauthip
> (perhaps just one get_lastauth command returning date and ip?)
> 
> Mailing list comamnds:
> add_list del_list mod_list
> 
> Graceful close:
> quit
> 
> Ken
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