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RE: Current Qmail-SQL Status



Concerning -4-:

Because qmail-sql allows the use of .qmail files (one of it's strengths
IMO) your can use any antispam, antivirus, vacation, etc program that
can be called from a dot qmail file. Qmvc comes to mind.

HTH - Eric


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brent S. Clark [mailto:cpt_morian@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2006 4:03 PM
> To: qmail-sql@xxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Current Qmail-SQL Status
> 
> 
> Hello fellow Qmail-sql'ers!
> 
> I have been using qmail-sql for quite sometime and love it. 
> It does exactly what I want.
> 
> Looking over the WWW site and noticed a couple things that 
> prompted some questions. Thought I'd ask the questions and 
> see what happens. :)
> 
> 1- The WWW site says "Current version: v 0.25 - released nov 
> 27 2003", but I know I have downloaded a much newer version. 
> In fact on the download page you can grab 
> qmail-sql-1.03-0.26pre4_2, the latest as of 17JUL2004. Anyone 
> going to fix the WWW site?
> 
> 2- Is there any planned or known "newer" versions due out? I 
> sure hope so. Of course qmail-sql can be that good not to 
> need updating. :)
> 
> 3- I see a patch for netqmail. I know allot of qmail-ers are 
> going this way using the netqmail packages. Will qmail-sql be 
> going that way or will we always have the option?
> 
> 4- Has anyone have a document that explains how to get a 
> vacation\autoresponder, anti-spam and anti-virus working with 
> qmail-sql? How about just qmial?
> 
> Well thats all my questions for now. Thanks for the help!!
> 
> Brent Clark
>
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