Quoth Keith G. Murphy, > However, I'd like to go to a solution, probably using maildirs, that > does not involve messages in their home directories; in fact, maybe not > requiring them to have accounts on our Linux server at all. A combination of vpopmail and courier imap will do what you want. Both of these can be found at http://freshmeat.net The only catch is that you have to be using qmail. cheers, damon -- Damon Muller | Did a large procession wave their torches Criminologist/Linux Geek | As my head fell in the basket, http://killfilter.com | And was everyone dancing on the casket... PGP (GnuPG): A136E829 | - TBMG, "Dead"
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