I don't see the switches that I'd use.
Use the -d option to specify the recipient address,
then teach courier-authlib where the rest of the information comes from.
Hmm.... Well, courier-authlib gets the info from a MySQL database. I guess
I'm not sure how I could get authlib to transform
michaeln+arch...@twentyten.org into /var/mail/102309.macnt/.archive/ as the
How would you do this, Sam?
Well, that's what courier-authlib does: take a userid and return the
associated account information, such as the account's homedir/maildir.