I have some questions !
There is a mailinglist available at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can easily subscribe be sending an empty mail to email@example.com.
I've installed Postgres in XXX and qmail-pgsql doesn't compile.It gives an error like
ld: fatal: library -lpq: not found
ld: fatal: File processing errors. No output written to qmail-getpw
The location of the postgresql-libraries is defined in pgsql.lib. The
postgreql-header files should be defined in pgsql.headers. Eg:
pgsql.lib: -L/opt/postgres/lib -lpq
Qmail delivers the mail, but i cannot pop them. I've added my_pass to the
database, but it keeps saying "authorization failed"
The password should be encrypted. The patch takes the same passwords as in your /etc/passwd (supposed you don't use md5). You can easily encrypt them yourself with: perl -e 'print crypt (pass,sa)' with sa random combination of 2 letters/numbers
I don't know what you mean with:
each domain needs an alias-user, comparable with the alias-user from
the passwd-file: you can put .qmail-files in his homedir etc ...
Suppose a mail is sent to a firstname.lastname@example.org:
Once qmail-getpw found a user, it will pass that info to qmail-local and qmail-local will look for .qmail-files within the found dir. So, if you had a .qmail-default in the homedir of your alias-user, all mail will be sent to the specified user (in the .qmail-default)
- qmail-getpw checks for a user with login='nonexisting' and virtual_host='domain.be';
- if that query fails, qmail-getpw will search for a user with login='alias' and virtual_host='domain.be'
- if that query fails, it will exit with status 111 and you don't want that. So just create that alias-user ;-)
- How do i configure ezmlm to work with qmail-sql ?
ezmlm-idx has been
tested and works fine. You can either create a mailinglist-user, or
use .qmail-files in the homedir of your "catch-all"-user.
Eg (with a separate user):
# chown 100.100