Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2003 13:23:46 +0200 From: "Wallmander Jonathan" <jonathan.wallmander@...sultant.volvo.com> To: <popa3d-users@...ts.openwall.com> Subject: Question Hey everyone, my home system is setup like this - each user has its mailbox files (spool) in /www/[user]/mail/spool and in there there is one file per account that the user can specify via a visual admin tool. I currently use akpop3d which doesn not work on OpenBSD like it should - it locks up without quitting in several common scenarios so I'm looking for a replacement. Now, the pop3 server should read a file at a custom location that looks like this: user:pass:userid-to-setuid-to:path-to-mailfile could look like this: foo_bar:abc123:6000:/www/foo/mail/spool/foo_bar The reason for this: All mailbox files are owned by user id 6000 which is https - so that the files also can be manipulated directly by the web server for fast webmail. Also the files are in each user's account - one of the design-goals of my architecture - makes it easy to just make a tarball out of the user when moving to another server. My question is - can this be done with popa3d??? Regards, Jonatan Wallmander
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