I have tried to do this without access to the filesystem but its not
possible. Some suggestions are to write to a file that gets read from
crontab and make the changes on the filesystem or use sudo, neither of which
I like. Aliases and forwards I think should be possible to be used from the
db, but its not right now.
Jesse Keating wrote:
I'm helping some people in a project to migrate some 10K+ users from a
kludged together sendmail setup to a full courier setup, using pgsql
auth. Our concern is being able to make some sort of web based front
end that allows users to create aliases, such as all mail destined for
"supp...@userdomain.com" actually gets re-directed to
"fr...@otherdomain.foo". Is there an easy way to front end this, or
will it require access to the file system? I have not tried to setup
any such aliases in my courier setups, so I'm unsure how these are
handled. If anybody could point me to the right part of the
documentation, I'd appreciate it.