Thanks this is what I thought. Do u guys have an alternative to qmailadmin?
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Il giorno 19/feb/2013, alle ore 06:05, Rick Romero <r...@havokmon.com> ha
> Using an NFS mount works just fine, but is really only practical if you're
> going to have the same machine handle email as well - not just web.
> Assuming, like Thibault said, you want to open up your entire userbase to a
> web vulnerability.
> If qmailadmin were re-written to use vpopmaild, I think it might be a good
> Quoting Thibault Richard <th...@thibs.com>:
>> I think the only way is to make a NFS mount (but it's a really bad idea to
>> implement it in production)
>> Best Regards
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Todor Petkov [mailto:z...@online.bg]
>> Sent: mardi 19 février 2013 09:17
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Qmailadmin -- on a Remote Machine
>> On 18/02/2013 11:37 PM, Remo Mattei wrote:
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> I have a qmail server running and for some reasons qmailadmin does not
>>> install, I have rebuild a new qmail server and the qmailadmin works
>>> fine same version of OS pretty much same configuration but does not
>>> want to listen about having qmailadmin running. So is there a way to
>>> use the new qmail server and run the qmailadmin from there to access
>>> the production qmail server?
>> I don't think it's possible. qmailadmin reads the local qmail files to find
>> the virtual domains. Not to mention, that you need to access the filesystem
>> to create/delete users directories.