I agree with you.. So I hope this stays.

Remo


DAve On 1/8/09 1:56 PM, "DAve" <dave.l...@pixelhammer.com> wrote:

> Remo Mattei wrote:
>> Are people moving to a different options? Just wonder.. And if they are what
>> are those options?
> 
> I hope not, I've not seen anything that comes close to the abilities of
> vpopmail. We are preparing to completely overhaul our backend server and
> integrate vpopmaild into our intranet.
> 
> DAve
> 
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> Remo
>> 
>> 
>> Tom Collins On 1/8/09 12:55 PM, "Tom Collins" <t...@tomlogic.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> On Jan 6, 2009, at 3:54 AM, aledr wrote:
>>>> There's a lot of patches on SourceForge tracker to be accepted and I
>>>> have my own patches and improvements for vpopmail that I would like to
>>>> see in the package.
>>>> There's no activity on the SF CVS for months, is It in active
>>>> development yet?
>>> 
>>> It's not in active development.  All of the past "lead developers" on
>>> the project (including myself) have been too busy to dedicate any
>>> time to it.
>>> 
>>> Some of the patches on SourceForge won't ever go into the mainstream
>>> releases (as least as far as I'm concerned), but remain available for
>>> those who want to add that functionality.
>>> 
>>> Unfortunately, doing anything with vpopmail and qmailadmin has moved
>>> very far down my to do list.
>>> 
>>> -Tom
>>> 
>>> 
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