Simple put qmail-pw2u is a bad idea. This solves it.
With this you can have your users stored nicely in LDAP or what ever else there is NSS suport for. Make every one who sends and recieves mail a member of a specific group and this will generate the files based on who is in the group.
1: Notice qmail-pw2u detonates goats.
3: unshar, install, and use
4: get pulled over for the possesion of U238, but politely explain it is only for personal use
5: enjoying no longer having to use qmail-pw2u and the added simplicity of having your users in LDAP
I'll take it.
New port added. Thanks!
miwi 2007-03-09 10:13:22 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
mail/qar-bufo Makefile distinfo pkg-descr
qar-bufo generates the Qmail assign and recipients file based on unix groups.
Unlike with qmail-pw2u, you don't need your users in /etc/passwd. They can be
stored any where that a NSS module allows.
Just make all users who send or recieve mail a member of a specific group, and
that group will be used to generate the assign and recipients file.
Submitted by: Zane C. Bowers
Revision Changes Path
1.838 +1 -0 ports/mail/Makefile
1.1 +41 -0 ports/mail/qar-bufo/Makefile (new)
1.1 +3 -0 ports/mail/qar-bufo/distinfo (new)
1.1 +7 -0 ports/mail/qar-bufo/pkg-descr (new)
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