Virtual QMail's goal is to create a virtual domains management system for QMail. It is easy to setup, create, and maintain. Virtual Qmail is also very reliable and fast, and has been designed for big sites. Virtual Qmail includes software to manage domains, users, and aliases.
Here are some key features of "Virtual Qmail":
· PostgreSQL support for authorization and logging
· JDBC support for authorization and logging
· Qmail integration
· CORBA based communication, which means you can use daemons from any language having IDL mapping
· can be used easily from: C, C++, PHP, Java, Smalltalk, python
· distributed hosting
· all processes can run without root
· written using C++, STL and boost, some parts in Java
· WWW interface for users
· modern C++ compiler, if you use gcc it must be at least version >= 3.
· CORBA implementation with IDL to C++ mapping, for example MICO or omniORB
· compatible mail transfer agent
· boost library
· DocBook and doxygen if you want to generate new version of documentation
· compatible database client libraries
· Cgicc library if you want to generate WWW interface
· Iconv if you want to generate WWW interface
· Sablotron if you want to compile WWW interface. It must be at least version 1.0.
What's New in This Release:
· It's now possible to modify a user's account (change flags and password at the same time).
· Compilation problems with gcc 4.0 have been fixed.