> How about 2 qmail installs?
> After you install qmail once, change conf-qmail to have a qmail2.
> make setup check again, and you have a 2nd qmail install.
> In there, change smtproutes to point your domain to your 2nd server.
> Then for each user that exists on the 2nd server, make a .qmail-default
> with:
> |/var/qmail2/bin/forward [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> (remember to run your qmail-send process from the 2nd install, or
> nothing will go out - Yes yes.. It got me :)
Rick,  are you currently using this?

It seems you omitted that I would have to make the same thing in the second
server, creating .qmail files forwarding messages to the users configured
in the 1st server.

I think this configuration isn't scalable. What would happen if I'd like to
split the domain through 3 or more machines? Or if I'd like to split other
domains through other servers? It would became an administration
nightmare... don't you think?

The qmail-ldap still appears to be the best solution. The only disadvantage
is, besides I'll be obligated to understand all about LDAP concepts,
qmail-ldap seems to be difficult to install and configure at a first look.
This gonna be a lot of work...


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