Also note that the "support" mailname that you have just created directly in qmail must NOT be setup in Plesk. Do all that and it will work guaranteed. If you have problems, send an email and then grep the maillog.
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I'm thinking about offering HiveMail on my server which is already using Plesk7/RHEL3. I was wondering:
Can HiveMail be configured to work well with Plesk? It sounds like a lot of people have had problems setting it up in general, and with Plesk in particular. Also, has anyone discovered HiveMail to be a resource hog, or does it actually handle itself reasonably well?
I tried setting it up on my server using NexDog's suggestions, but I couldn't get it to actually send or receive mail. I figure that setup is jsut a matter of configuration, though, so to me the real question right now is: Is this really a viable e-mail solution for potentially hundreds of e-mail clients on a single server?