Re: Looking for qmail, vpopmail, webmail solution
Please take a look at Bill's toaster at http://shupp.org/toaster/.
It contains all the things you want, and more:
- Qmail SMTP Mail Server with SMTP-AUTH (Plain, CRAM-MD5), TLS (SSL) support, and optional Virus Scanner.
- POP3 Server with APOP and SSL support
- IMAP Server with TLS (SSL) support
- WebMail Server
- Quota Support (usage viewable by webmail)
- Mailing Lists
- Web-Based Email Administration
The installation is very well documented in a nice copy-'n-paste howto.
> Van: Dieter Heiliger <email@example.com>
> Datum: 2002/06/21 vr AM 10:21:41 GMT+02:00
> Aan: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Onderwerp: Looking for qmail, vpopmail, webmail solution
> Hi Gurus!
> I am trying to set up a mail toaster on a Debian Woody system.
> Here are the requirements:
> - qmail
> - pop3
> - pop3 authentification _not_ against /etc/passwd, /etc/shadow
> - virtual pop3 users
> - webmail access
> qmail is installed and works fine. I tried to implement vpopmail and
> sqwebmail, but I was not able to get it to work. The sqwebmail debian
> package does not come with vpopmail authentification included. My
> attempts to build it from the source package with modified rules file
> all failed.
> vpopmail as such works in combination with the pop3 server. sqwebmail
> works with authentification against /etc/passwd, /etc/shadow.
> Did anyone out there already implement qmail/vpopmail/sqwebmail
> successfully and can give me some hints?
> Are there any other combinations of applications that meet the
> requirements (Debian packaged preferred)?
> Any help is highly appreciated!
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