Am Mo, den 11.10.2004 schrieb Rick Widmer um 11:48:
> Nemir N wrote:
> > On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 01:08:06 -0600, Rick Widmer
> > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >>If you only want that one user to be special:
> >>create a file .qmail-tutor in ~/domains/test.org/ and another in
> >>~/domains/test.net/ that contains:
> >>&[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > will the email still appear to be from [EMAIL PROTECTED] in this case?
> I'm not sure what you are asking... from?
Maybe he wants users to be able to select which domain (or alias) (of
the ones they own) will be used as sender-domain.
Some postfix-based implementations of webmailers can do this, by
querying a database or LDAP.
It's a nice feature, but not easily done with vpopmail/qmail - at least
that's what my research would make me believe ;-)
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