On Mon, 2006-12-18 at 17:44 +0800, Christopher Chan wrote:
> Darrel O'Pry wrote:
> > I'm currently considering replacing qmail in my mail systems.
> > 
> > I was wondering if anyone had tried vpopmail with postfix or exim and
> > what their experiences were.

> > I'd like to make the mail server change without changing my user
> > management tool set. I've got too much tied to vpopmail. 
> You can inject mails from postfix one at a time into qmail and then 
> qmail will send it the normal way. Or you get yourself a delivery agent 
> that understands vpopmail or dot-qmail...

I'm less concerned about the smtp end of the equation. I'm more
interested in the deliver half of the equation. After all that is what
vpopmail plays a part in, and that is the part of the system I hope to
keep. I do radius and ftp authentication against it.

Currently I use vpopmail with mysql. I'm thinking I can use the vpopmail
table for delivery from postfix. I was wondering if anyone else had
attempted it yet. It seems like it would be an easy thing to do...

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