vmail-sql is a complete virtual domains email setup, including sample Exim configuration sections, reference to tpop3d which will authenticate access to mailspools against the virtual user database, a set of admin-level scripts for administrating domains, and a Web-based control panel. Rather than storing the virtual domains setup in flat text files, it uses a MySQL database, allowing flexible administration strategies without concurrency hassles. It is designed for use in environments where several virtual domains are operated from a single machine/IP address.
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Release Notes: An updated README that includes details of the local_domain parameter, and a reimplementation of POP3 box maximums.
Release Notes: Widened primary keys in the database, fixes for various uniqueness problems, support for domain aliasing, and a fix for an unfortunate security blunder in the passwd_popbox script.
Release Notes: Fixes for some problems with the configuration scripts, and corresponding to the new recommendation to use tpop3d rather than gnu-pop3d for the POP3 component of the mail system.
Release Notes: A Web-based control panel written in Perl to run as CGI, a minor bugfix to gnu-pop3d (specifically, a handler for SIGPIPE so that daemon processes don't fall over at random), and an optional limit on the number of POP boxes in a given domain.
Release Notes: Initial announcement.