auth/vpopmaild plugin allows you to authenticate against a vpopmaild
Configuration is stored in
config/auth_vpopmaild.ini and uses INI
There are three configuration settings:
host: The host/IP that vpopmaild is listening on (default: localhost).
port: The TCP port that vpopmaild is listening on (default: 89).
sysadmin: A colon separated username:password of a vpopmail user with SYSADMIN privileges (see vpopmail/bin/vmoduser -S). This is only necessary to support CRAM-MD5 which requires access to the clear text password. On new installs, it’s best not to use CRAM-MD5, as it requires storing clear text passwords. Legacy clients with MUAs configured to authenticate with CRAM-MD5 will need this enabled.
Additionally, domains can each have their own configuration for connecting to vpopmaild. The defaults are the same, so only the differences needs to be declared. Example:
[example.com] host=192.168.0.1 port=999 [example2.com] host=192.168.0.2 firstname.lastname@example.org:sekret