I generally don't like suggesting a alternatives, but it appears to me
that you're going about this the hard way. Have you considered using
Qmail-Toaster (http://qmailtoaster.com/)? It's a rock solid
implementation of qmail, it uses vpopmail, and it has everything all
preconfigured and ready to roll. I can't be sure it's suitable for your
situation, but it fulfills the needs of quite a few. Personally, I
cringe at the idea of using qmail any other way.
Of course, QMT is at the mercy of vpopmail when it comes to quotas. I'm
very pleased to see Matt working on vpopmail to get this fixed, in
addition to getting v5.5 going.
On 03/02/2011 11:41 AM, Salman Riaz wrote:
Yes I have patched the qmail for maildir++ thats why IMAP protocol does
not create any problem. I am agreed with your opinion that POP is
creating some problems in this case.
Basically I have installed netqmail-1.0.5. Is there any separate patch
for configuring POP using maildir++?
> Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2011 07:42:49 -0600
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> Subject: Re: [vchkpw] maildirsize problem
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> > I have configure the POP as following in my qmail
&g t; Have you patched qmail to support Maildir++?
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