From: Jon stroud <accounts@bs...> - 2003-11-25 15:12:48
No vadmin or apache config is required. It is optional for virtual domain
users. There are many options in the config file for virtual domain users
only. All you really need for a single domain is the serversidefilters
plugin and procmail or maildrop.
Charles Andrews said:
> Before I attempted to use "procfilter" I looked at this (Server Side
Filter). However the readme makes mention of modifiying our apache web
server config for the vadmin plugin. Why? All I want is for filtering to
be done by a $HOME/.procmailrc file. I thought that vadmin was the
plugin for VmailMgr, which as far as I could tell is for qmail only. We
> Is this required?
> Do I need to install the vadmin plugin?
> Do I need VmailMgr?
> Looks like I caused quite a ruckus with my procfilter question, but
would someone please clarify the install steps found in the Server Side
Filter README file. Our web server paths are nothing like what is stated
in the README(apache2 running on gentoo). I hope that will not break it.
> Thanks for the GREAT app and friendly support,
> Charles Andrews
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