On 2006-07-27, at 0817, Charles Butcher wrote:

A few power users within a virtual email domain have shell login access to the server. I want their mail to be delivered to their home directory, not to a vpopmail account. I also want the .qmail-ext mechanisms to work for them, under their control.

i've never gotten this to work, at least not directly... the closest i was able to do was tell them to configure pine/elm/mutt as an IMAP client. i'm the only "power user" on my server who understands .qmail files well enough to mess with them, and i do my own custom .qmail file edits as root.

you may want to try adding "localhost" to the /var/qmail/locals file (send a HUP to qmail-send) and create a ~vpopmail/domains/ domain.xyz/.qmail-userid file containing "&[EMAIL PROTECTED]", so that their incoming mail is re-delivered to their system userid.

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