>That's actually very good. I'd make a cron job to check the db entries. >then >every five minutes it would write the dot qmail files based on what the db >says. >the script should write indevidual dot qmailfiles for >each user in their home dirs that way compatability with qmailadmin isn't >broken.
The only problem I see with this, is that it's a very specific glue. Which isn't all that bad, I guess. Is there a safe way to let the horde script write the .qmail file? I think that would be a little more elegant than a cron job, and less maintenance. Then it could take effect immediately, as well. Then, all I'd have to write is a horde drive for vacation that could read the vpopmail data, and make the appropriate change to the file >btw how's horde working out. I was thinking of using it. It's great. Until you try to upgrade it. Don't think of using the gentoo ebuilds. They're pootched. Adding new modules is super easy, and writing _LOOKS_ easy enough.