maybe you [or anybody else] could add some code, to use the domain
accessing the server...
like.. I do a pop connection to mail.domain1.com with username
bolonheis, the daemon authenticates [EMAIL PROTECTED] against
If the domain is domain2.com, then the daemon adds @domain2.com to the
username passing to vpopmail.

I did it with squirrelmail, but don't know how to do in pop or imap
servers. In squirrelmail i took the server name and splitted the
domain part from it.

Hasn't anybody did this yet?


On 8/27/07, Miguel News <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Um... I don't know how Plesk works (I've heard questionable things about
> > it's Licensing status, plus it being closed source - I like to be able to
> > fix my server bugs :)), but unless you are using a different IP address
> > and POP3/IMAP server instance for each domain, I don't see how you could
> > be doing this right now.
> I have multiple domains in the same IP.
> I tested Plesk with the same username in 3 different domains.
> I think the way it works is by comparing username and password and associate
> it with a domain... Not an elegant solution.
> When I try to change the password to one that exists on the same username
> for another domain it give me an error.
> If it is like this I think I'm going to inform my users to add domain to
> every login.

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