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
I know exactly what Qmail-ldap is. I'm working hard on it's documentation
in www.qmail-ldap.org (see my contributions in
if you're curious)
So I'll repeat my question - Why isn't Qmail-ldap interesting for Inter7?
It's not qmail, that's why you should take it.
When people move from qmail to qmail-ldap they have to abandon inter7
tools. And this happens forcibly - we didn't want to loose the comfort of
Inter7 tools but we have to do this because **qmail-ldap does a lot of
things that [qmail + inter7] cannot do**.
Again, why not qmail-ldap?