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Old 01-01-2008, 03:04 AM   #1
adnanhasanz
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Question Dovecot and mysql veximDB to disable pop3 Service


Hi,
email server running multiple domains in mysql vexim DB which is connected to dovecot
and i want dovecot to disable pop3 service for a specific domain
for example i m running three domains
a.com b.com and c.com all are in mysql vexim DB and pop3 service is enabled for all in dovecot and if i disables pop3 service it will disable for all but i want to diable for only one domain lets say for b.com
any one having idea please guide

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