-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Bruno Negrao wrote: | KBO, | | I saw on qmail-ldap mailing list that you've been there studying | Qmail-ldap around 1999 and 2001. | | But I did not find neither in qmail-ldap nor in vchkpw mailing lists why | didn't Inter7 chose to develop it's tools for qmail-ldap. | | The clustering support qmail-ldap provides is great and fits very well | with the big ISP's and big enterprises needs. Qmail-ldap also supports a | lot of antispam techniques without the need to install further patches | (getting free of all those additional patches is something a lot of | people would like to do) | | What qmail-ldap is lacking are the Inter7 tools. Qmail wouldn't be what | it is if wasn't Inter7 tools. The same way, Qmail-ldap also needs your | tools. | | And in my head, if Inter7 adopted Qmail-ldap these products together | could achieve the biggest mailserver installations. (I mean, this is | something you really want, right?) | | So, why isn't Inter7 lacking Qmail-ldap too? Where doesn't Qmail-ldap | offer to Inter7 a promising combination?
We wrote an LDAP authentication module for vpopmail quite some time ago. It exists in vpopmail to this day. qmail-ldap is not qmail, and it is not vpopmail. It's a completely seperate package built directly with LDAP support. - -- /* ~ Matt Brookings <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> GnuPG Key B7B54216 ~ Software developer Systems technician ~ Inter7 Internet Technologies, Inc. (815)776-9465 */ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.2.6 (GNU/Linux) iD8DBQFC1Y8ghzYRRre1QhYRAsImAJ0YlJ96QADEG+RIjnTf85QO+RGSZwCeNzNU AnVE1rRBop5RCH9NXVxBcm0= =bf8t -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----