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Old 21st January 2010, 11:54
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Default ispconfig3 vacation in squirrelmail

How to add vacation auto response in squirrelmail? I look around sqmail website and those are only support file base. even the sql lookup one also put a .vacation file under user dir. But I know that ISPConfig will store the auto response in db. So, how to make it to user can put by themselves? Thanks.
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Old 21st January 2010, 12:10
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You might have to write a plugin for squirrelmail if you want to configure vacation from within squirrelmail. Or you use roundcube instead as Horfic has build a great plugin to configure these settings from roundcube.
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