On Jul 8, 2005, at 6:10 PM, Billy Newsom wrote:
Well, let me see. I guess if vchkpw is using MySQL backend, then I
think the vacation message stuff has gotta be in MySQL... Hadn't
thought of that, but there it is.
Personally, I use qmailadmin, but my users usually don't. But that's
just a policy decision. Anyway, I think Tom Collins wrote it, more or
less, or maintains it. Surprised he hasn't said something here yet.
I didn't write QmailAdmin, but I've put a lot of time into it since at
least 1.0.10. I moved it to SourceForge, and have actively maintained
it for the past 2+ years.
"Vacation message stuff" is actually stored in the user's .qmail file
(a call to autorespond) and a directory called "vacation" stored in the
user's directory (that autorespond uses).
I haven't really followed this discussion, but IIRC the OP wants to use
Horde's interface for setting a vacation message. If they're not using
QmailAdmin, they could add a program to the .qmail-default file for the
domain to check for a vacation message before handing off to
vdelivermail for delivery.
Or, they could modify vdelivermail to check for a vacation message
before doing the final Maildir delivery.
Or, they could write out a .qmail file in the user's directory to send
the vacation message before doing the final Maildir delivery.
Tom Collins - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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