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Last updated: Thu, 21 Aug 2003

CVI. vpopmail functions

Introduction

Warning

This extension is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this extension -- including the names of its functions and anything else documented about this extension -- may change without notice in a future release of PHP. Use this extension at your own risk.

This extension has been moved from PHP as of PHP 4.3.0 and now vpopmail lives in PECL.

Installation

In PHP 4, these functions are only available if PHP was configured with --with-vpopmail[=DIR].

Table of Contents
vpopmail_add_alias_domain_ex -- Add alias to an existing virtual domain
vpopmail_add_alias_domain -- Add an alias for a virtual domain
vpopmail_add_domain_ex -- Add a new virtual domain
vpopmail_add_domain -- Add a new virtual domain
vpopmail_add_user -- Add a new user to the specified virtual domain
vpopmail_alias_add -- insert a virtual alias
vpopmail_alias_del_domain -- deletes all virtual aliases of a domain
vpopmail_alias_del -- deletes all virtual aliases of a user
vpopmail_alias_get_all -- get all lines of an alias for a domain
vpopmail_alias_get -- get all lines of an alias for a domain
vpopmail_auth_user -- Attempt to validate a username/domain/password. Returns true/false
vpopmail_del_domain_ex -- Delete a virtual domain
vpopmail_del_domain -- Delete a virtual domain
vpopmail_del_user -- Delete a user from a virtual domain
vpopmail_error -- Get text message for last vpopmail error. Returns string
vpopmail_passwd -- Change a virtual user's password
vpopmail_set_user_quota -- Sets a virtual user's quota


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vpopmail functions
justin at linuxgroup dot net
30-Apr-2003 06:11
In reply to "You can easily save the directory listing of ~vpopmail/domains"

This would only work if you had 100 domains or less. After that, domains are broken up into directories. Vpopmail will not put more then 100 domains in a directory because it's not efficient.
dredman at najt dot nu
02-Dec-2002 10:42
just compile MySQL support into vpopmail and you've got it. then you can get all the needed info from the db.
till'at'klimpong'dot'com'dot'NOSPAM
16-Oct-2002 09:31
In regard to an earlier post:

You can easily save the directory listing of ~vpopmail/domains and get the list of all domains on your system.

That's fairly easy and if you don't add/remove each day, you can keep the list static or update it via cron on certain intervals.
thomas at abitur003 dot de
16-Oct-2002 01:50
Well, you can safe your qmail-data like the domains, etc. in a database, which is quite usefull in my eyes. You just have to keep the data synchronized.
mike at hbhosting dot com
15-Oct-2002 07:07
This library is kind of useless without key functions like get_domain_info() and list_all_domains(). You can add and delete virtual domains, but you cannot list or view them. Without such functionality you can't go and write your own PHP front end to qmail.

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