> -----Original Message----- > From: Bob Ababurko [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 12:58 PM > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Subject: RE: [vchkpw] Wanted: POP3 server > > > At 12:52 PM 10/26/2004, you wrote: > >how much research did you do before posting this question? > > > >http://www.qmailrocks.org > >http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=qmail+pop3 > > > > > > > > >Well, isn't that special....my first post and someone is > there, ready to > >flame me. > > the question really had to do with a POP3 server implemented with > vpopmail. Do all of them do this? Qmailrocks deals with an > IMAP server, > if my memory serves me....I dont think is going to help me. > A working qmail rocks install includes everything. Or you can take the pieces that you need out of the instructions.
> I just needed help in the right direction, I did provide you with help to get you going. The first link when you type "qmail pop3" into google will help you. As well as reading the actual vpopmal install documentation (of which step 12 is titled "How to use vchkpw with qmail-pop3d server") >less any lip from the mailing > list police. Way to set the climate....you and cazabon > should hang out. > I'm not trying to be the mailing list police. I'm happy to help out (as I did when I provided you with direction) those new to the community. So are others on the list (who have replied to your post). At least do us the favor of doing just a little bit of reasearch before you ask. > > > > > >Hello- > > > >I have installed vpopmail on a server along with courier > IMAP server. The > >users are now complaining that they have all kinds of > problems(although, I > >do not) using the new protocol so I need to implement a POP > server. Now, I > >see that people have implied that vpopmail can be used as a POP > >server....is this true? I can't see that. What I need to > know is what > >POP3 server will be able to work along side of vpopmail > whereas I have many > >virtual mail domains and users configured using this > wonderful piece of > >software. > > > >I know this seems like an easy question, but it is not clear to me. > > > >thanks, > >Bob > >