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mysqmail is a replacement for the qmail standard checkpasswd that performs authentication with a MySQL table. After authentication
mysqmail is a replacement for the qmail standard checkpasswd that performs authentication with a MySQL table.
After authentication, mysqmail sets up two environment variables that it uses to perform traffic accounting.
For SMTP, it provides an alternative logger for the qmail-send program. Instead of logs, it writes the traffic to a MySQL table for the related domain.
MySQmail helps keeping all the qmail MTA login and trafic informations in a database.
This tool was written mostly to work with Domain Technologie Control (DTC). MySQMail is not mandatory for DTC, but it's a way better to have it.
I needed to have qmail accounting, so I had to write couples of binaries. Fortunatly qmail is modular and it's realy easy to make some add-ons. Here is what MySQmail package will add to qmail: pop will use MySQL backend for password, and both
SMTP and POP will have trafic logged into MySQL by mailbox.
What's New in This Release:
This version adds support for a new score board table that allows for real-time bandwidth recording in MySQL.
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