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Old 2nd July 2006, 04:07
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Default Non /etc/passwd email accounts

Is it possible to have email users in a database instead of /etc/passwd
ie in a database, so we DONT have to have web(x)_username ..etc

I'd like to be able to creae all user accounts (email addys) in a database and
subsequently offer email users a small home page (bit like an isp, I suppose)

Is it possible for ispconfig to automatically create such email accounts?
How?
Is there an example of this anywhere?

Clarification: I DONT want to give email users system accounts, but I DO want to offer free email/webmail accounts and small personal web space. Web space uploads will be via web tools not system accounts.

Regards

Ez

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