Using falko's howto, I have a postfix/mysql/spamassassin/etc mail server configured on Fedora 6. My clients would like to be able to change their password and update their spamassassin settings (whitelist, spam threshold, etc.). What is the recommended way to provide these features? Can squirrelmail or something similar be installed? Note that this is a dedicated mail server. There are no user accounts on the server or ssh access for any clients. My clients are used to having their imap mail in their user directory, so they are now concerned that they can only access via pop3 or imap and not ftp/ssh/etc. Any solutions for this? I'm doing rsnapshot backups of the mail server, so I'm thinking of giving readonly access to the snapshots for users. But mapping from real users to virtual users might be tricky. Also, a control panel for adding/removing users and forwarders would be nice -- not myPHPadmin. Something that would let users only manage their own domains, not anyone's. Does such a thing exist? Hopefully these problems have already been solved. But if not I'll be building something to help with these issues. Thanks for the help!