Re: Maildir format and daemons
On Fri, 17 Dec 1999, Technical Support wrote:
> Currently using qpopper for pop3, but we need to nfs our home dirs. I
> thought that it would make sense to stick maildis in the home for
> simplified disk accounting and user deletion. Reading the qmailer docs to
> do this I realized that I would need a pop3d to access the maildir
> formated directoties. Any suggestions?
If you are going to put spools in Maildirs, you should run qmail. It ships
/w a pop3 daemon that fits the bill.
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