the only log options are....

  --enable-logging=OPT       Log to syslog: n=nothing, e=errors only
(default), y=all attempts, p=errors with passwords, v=verbose (all
attempts, with passwords).
  --enable-log-name=TEXT     Set syslog name vpopmail.
  --disable-auth-logging     Don't record time and ip of last auth
attempt. Valid only for CDB, MySQL, PGSQL, LDAP.
  --enable-sql-logging       Enable authentication logging to MySQL/Postgres.

and they won't do what i'm after....




On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 12:50 PM, Remo Mattei <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> you need to recompile it
>
>  Remo
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>  Sam Ami wrote:
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> > is there any way to stop the verbose logging from vpopmail ?
> >
> > 2008-05-01 10:22:17.376833500 delivery 702: success:
> >
> name:___j.smith/passwd:_$1$Zggeh/pj$XjL4HfIfnfApCOCzmkInk./clear_passwd:_#878T8vR/comment/gecos:_j.smith/uid:____1/gid:____0/flags:__0/gecos:_j.smith/limits:_No_user_limits_set./dir:_______/home/vpopmail/domains/mydomain.tld/1/j.smith/quota:_____NOQUOTA/usage:_____NOQUOTA/account_created:_Thu_May__1_12:25:03_2008/last_auth:_Never_logged_in/forward:_qp_14873/did_0+0+1/
> >
> >
> >
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