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Rick Macdougall wrote:
> Perhaps it should be something added to vpopmaild, allowing the
> postmaster to send to their domain and the administrator to send to all
> domains.

If it's added to vpopmaild, regular users can't use it.  I think it makes sense
to be able to configure it so a regular user of the system can email their 
company
without having to learn to log into vpopmaild.

Maybe vpopbull should be modified to have an argument that indicates it's
being passed a message via a dotqmail file, and in this mode, it will look for
a password in the email (to be stripped out of course).

I'll look into this.  I'll probably have it link EPS and only enable this 
feature
if EPS is found on the system.
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