PowerMail manual

PowerDNS BV

          
        

Explanation of PowerMail concepts, installation and operation.


Table of Contents
1. PowerMail introduction
1.1. Concepts
1.2. What PowerMail is not, roadmap
2. Release notes
2.1. Version 1.9
2.2. Version 1.7
2.3. Version 1.6
2.4. Version 1.5
2.5. Version 1.4
2.6. Version 1.3.1
2.7. Version 1.3
2.8. Version 1.2.0
2.9. Version 1.1.0
2.10. Version 1.0.0
3. Advanced users quick installation
4. Starting a simple MySQL installation
4.1. Backend hosts: pplistener
4.2. Internet daemons: powerpop & powersmtp
4.2.1. Setting up MySQL
4.2.2. Configuring
4.2.3. Choosing IP addresses & ports to bind to
4.2.4. Launching
4.2.5. Testing
5. Configuration
5.1. All settings
6. Moving beyond a single host
7. Control and insight into powermail
7.1. pptool
7.1.1. Convenience commands (password hashing)
7.2. mboxdir
8. Redundancy
8.1. Goals
8.2. Redundancy in practice
8.2.1. Queued deletions
9. Per mailbox configuration items
9.1. Password schemas
9.1.1. APOP Support
9.2. Forwarding
9.3. Catch-all addresses
10. The Userbases
10.1. MySQL Plain
10.1.1. Configuration options
10.2. MySQL PowerDNS
10.3. MySQL Simple PowerDNS
10.4. Generic PostgreSQL
10.4.1. Configuring PostgreSQL connectivity
10.4.2. Custom queries & schema description
10.5. Text based
10.5.1. Configuration
10.6. RADIUS
10.7. LDAP
11. In depth technicalities
11.1. Maildir and queue-less delivery
11.2. Quotas
12. Best practice setups
12.1. High redundancy
List of Tables
9-1. Supported userbases