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It supports MySQL, PostgreSQL and Sqlite3 as database backends, LDAP and Sieve.
Supported client protocols are: POP3, IMAP4, LMTP.
This packages support Sqlite3 and LDAP authentication.
dbmail for Debian ----------------- Before you can run dbmail you will have to create the database, create the required tables and grant access to the user specified in dbmail.conf. If you are upgrading from dbmail-1.2 you will find that the sql tables have changed and are incompatible with dbmail-2.x. Migration scripts for your database backend are provided in the examples directory. None more»
DBMail Aliases and Forwards =========================== DBMail can use the alias table for creating external forwards, too. Using the dbmail-users command and the '-x' flag, you can create an alias that is not attached to a particular user account, then set a destination for any email addressed to the alias. The destination can be another address, and the message will be forwarded. The destin more»
Using DBMail with Exim4 by Thomas Mueller ======================= 1. Prerequisites * A Exim installation * A DBMail installation 2. Generic LOCAL_DELIVERY=transport_dbmail Every router with local mail has to use 'transport = LOCAL_DELIVERY' then. 3. dbmail-smtp # transport using pipe transport_dbmail: driver = pipe command = "/usr/local/sbin/dbmail-smtp -d $local_part@$domai more»
Dbmail-2 as of 2.1.0 supports ldap for authentication and delivery information. NOTICE: If you more»
/* */ Using DBMail with Postfix ========================= 1. Prerequisites * A DBMail install more»
/* */ Using DBMail with QMail ======================= Thanks to Edward Allen for this information more»
DBMail-2 as of 2.1.4 supports the Sieve mail sorting language. The libSieve library is used to pro more»
DBMail POP/IMAP before SMTP =========================== DBMail can optionally keep a database tab more»