List, Step1: Make a new user::
root@localhost# pw useradd foo -m -s /bin/tcsh -h 0 password for user foo: (secret) Step 2: Does sendmail know them:: root@modunix# sendmail -bv foo@localhost foo@localhost... deliverable: mailer local, user foo # Good... Step 3: Make a new user with uppercase 'B':: root@localhost# pw useradd Bar -m -s /bin/tcsh -h 0 password for user Bar: (secret) Step 4: Does sendmail know them:: root@modunix# sendmail -bv Bar@localhost Bar@localhost... User unknown Curious, why? I know usernames are case-sensitive, I thought emails were too. Without fighting an epic battle with with the sendmail configs, is there a simple way to make this work? The obvious answer is probably, "usernames should be lowercase!" and for new users I'll enforce that policy. For existing users however, who may already have lots of case-sensitive usernames in various config files, etc this isn't a real option. By just altering their usernames I'm afraid I'd break the whole damn universe. How can I enable mail for them? Cheers! -Modulok- _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"