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Re: Solution for autoreply ?
From: "Captain Bock" <captbock () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2008 17:33:57 +0100

Hey R.

I remember when I had my qmail server.
It had over 500 accounts and I used something like qmailadmin to
manage the autoreply settings using a web console.

I just don't recall if the users were allowed to use it or only the
domain admin was..

Either way, a web console could do the trick.
And since this is an open source product you can change it to work as
you wish since it will only edit a text file.

Good luck

AM




On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 4:36 PM, Gleb Paharenko <gpaharenko () gmail com> wrote:

Hi.

Samba over internet is not good. Consider chrooted sftp instead.
For intranet samba can be quite fine. Though perhaps it is more easy
to implement chrooted ftp.

2008/6/23 razi garbie <r.garbie () gmail com>:

Hi list,

Im currently using qmail with ~10users, unforunatley not virtual.
Can anyone shed some light on how to solve autoreply?

The mailboxes and the users "real" home directories are hosted on
separet boxes, so when i user attempts to ssh to any linuxbox wihtin
the domain they're locked into their "real" home directory and thus
cant drop a autoreply in their home that stores emails. (Hope i didnt
confuse things to much)

I've thought of setting up a samba giving them access, but is that a
good idea? (I want to avoid giving them shell in the box storing
emails.)


Thanks in advance,
--
R. Garbie




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Best regards.
Gleb Pakharenko.
http://gpaharenko.livejournal.com
http://www.linkedin.com/in/gpaharenko



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