I still fail to see the need..... Looks like a bunch of extra work, if
possible for something that can be easily fixed else where. Im sure, if
you work hard enough, you can shove a basketball through a hole designed
for a softball... but an intelligent person would replace the hole...
Okee-Dokee then... I respect that you don't see the need.
Please respect that I do, given that I'm planning to migrate
1500+ e-Mail accounts, distributed across 35 domains, currently
under Qmail+Vnailmgr (ick...again) to Courier.
The Courier virtual domains & users feature set is great! Really.
But, I must (really must, not optional) make this transition
as smooth for the subscribers as possible. This means that I
must allow for the notion of "bob" @someplace.com; and
another "bob" @otherplace.net to authenticate as "bob" without
adding @someplace.com, or whatever....because it would require
coordinating these changes with tons of folks. They will not
appreciate the exercise, and I will risk loosing customers.
[ By the way, are you somehow insulated from paying customers? ]
[ Just curious.. ]
Courier is so very close, especially with the database authentication
options that I just had to ask the users group about I.P. based
If you don't see the need, then you don't see it.. Fine.