You could try keeping commented as first line in .qmail-default the same line usually written by qmailadmin inside .qmail-default when bouncing is enabled.
Or you could use chkuser patch, enabling it always or adding a commented line, containing "bounce-no-mailbox" to .qmail-default (see www.interazioni.it/opensource).
At 08/10/2004 08/10/2004 +0200, you wrote:
I have been fighting with the integration between maildrop and vpopmail using qmail for quite some time now! Every time I solve one problem, a new one appears...
I'm sure, that many people is doing as I do, so I would like to get a few hints or two :-)
My wish is to use qmail as MTA, vpopmail (and tools) as domain/user administration and sqwebmail as webmail, so that my users can configure their own mailfilters.
This is running entirely on a closed server, where all users is virtual users - no Unix user here...
The solution I have now is, that I convert vpopmail password files to maildrop/courier-imap userdb format and the in each domain, I make a .qmail-default, which contains
| /usr/bin/maildrop -d [EMAIL PROTECTED]
This works (it reads the users .mailfilter and processes it), but it have two problems:
1: if the users does not exist, delivere is deferred and not bounced
2: the nice vpopmail feature, where domain administrators can choose to bounce or redirect non-exsisting users mails does ofcause now work as I do now uses vdelivermail at all.
My guess is, that the best(!) solution would be to hack vdelivermail to always deliver mail using maildrop -d [EMAIL PROTECTED]
What are you guys doing?
I have searched the archives for answers, but the proposed solutions is all not perfect...
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