On Fri, 16 Sep 2005 04:10:10 -0700 Anno Domini, the honourable Paul
Lesneiwski wrote using one of his keyboards:
> > on a postfix-mysql-courier-squirrelmail system I must implement
> > _quickly_ an autoresponder program
> > is the courier_vacation plugin what I'm looking for (ie the easiest
> > to install), or should I go with some of the programs listed @
> > http://www.postfix.org/addon.html, at the autoreply section ?
> You want apples or oranges?
> Autoresponder functionality is all done in Maildrop, assuming that you
> have it installed, or do you just mean Courier IMAP? The courier
> plugin is what you want for the Maildrop scenario, but it is just the
> front end for the autoresponder that you already need to have set up
> on your server. It comes with a sample configuration file for
> Maildrop. If you decide on another autoresponder scenario, say,
> with .forward files or something, use vacation_local. If you try the
> postfix admin package, the newest (unreleased) version of the courier
> plugin will work for you.
then I shall use maildrop for now, as I must implement this only for
> > any hints from those of you who already did this ?
> You should give more info about your LDA and autoresponse backend
> next time.
maildrop is LDA; I have postfixadmin, which has a vacation module which
I also took in consideration, together with the SM plugin