Brian, I put individual .qmail files in the users directory. I filter all of my mail into IMAP folders as it comes in this way.
Greg On Fri, 2 Jul 2004 09:29:51 -0500, Brian Feeny <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Greg, > > Thanks for the information. Is it true though that if I have say > /home/vpopmail/domains/test.com that I will have to make a > .qmail-default > in the test.com directory call the users .qmail's, or can I just simply > put > a .qmail in /home/vpopmail/domains/test.com/joe with: > > > | /usr/local/bin/maildrop ./Maildir/mailfilter > > and have that work? My impression was that at the point we have > entered the > individual users directory, we are now in vdeliver and not qmail-local. > > I have seen scripts on the internet that show how to have a > .qmail-default call > maildir for each user, but it would be much more elegant if I can just > have a .qmail > in each users directory inside the virtual domain. > > brian > > > > > On Jul 2, 2004, at 8:55 AM, Greg Kopp wrote: > > > It CAN use maildrop (mailfilter), but doesn't out of the box. > > > > In the users home directory (or the directory where the Maildir is > > located), create a file called ".qmail" (that's DOT qmail) > > > > And put this inside of it: > > > > | /usr/local/bin/maildrop ./Maildir/mailfilter > > > > This will cause all mail for that user to be piped through the > > mailfilter. > > > > Keep in mind that any paths to maildirs, etc, in each mailfilter file > > will have to be modified. > > > > Greg > > > > On Thu, 1 Jul 2004 19:45:16 -0500, Brian Feeny <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > wrote: > >> > >> > >> When you use vpopmail, does it still use an LDA like mailfilter to > >> deliver the mail, > >> or is that now handled by vpopmail up until the very end? I ask > >> because I am migrating > >> a bunch of users to vpopmail who now have .mailfilter files to sort > >> mail etc, and want to know > >> if vpopmail just does the final delivery lookup and hands off to an > >> LDA > >> or actually does the delivery > >> itself? And if it does the delivery itself does it have any scripting > >> mechinism like mailfilter does? > >> > >> Brian > >> > >> > >> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > Brian Feeny, CCIE #8036 e: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Network Engineer p: 318.213.4709 > ShreveNet Inc. f: 318.221.6612 > >