From: mouss (no email)
Date: Thu Aug 23 2007 - 16:06:04 EDT
> Thanks, but we are not interested in that as I've said, and I'm
> certainly not interested in having two databases, one for
> vpopmail/imap and one for postfix, so since no-one seems to be using
> this method on this list and google doesn't help, we have decided to
> remain with Qmail.
> Thanks anyway.
- vpopmail doesn't support mysql, postgres nor ldap, and
- you don't wanna use scripts,
- and your qmail is patched enough to avoid becoming a backscatter
source (reject at smtp time instead of bounce)
then stick with qmail.
note that you can still put a postfix in front of qmail (so qmail would
act like an MDA).
of course, you can run maildrop and make it read vpopmail database if