On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 02:32:12PM -0400, Vincent Danen wrote:
! user ids: 400, 401, 402, 0, 403, 404, 405, 406.

Looks good.

! This is the output of ls -dln...
! drwxr-sr-x    2 400      400           163 Jul 30 17:50 /var/qmail/alias/

Looks good.

! Could this be it?  It's owned by alias.qmail, maybe it should be
! alias.nofiles?  I'm guessing because the files in alias/ are owned by
! alias.nofiles.

It doesn't matter. qmail-pw2u doesn't care about the gid of the home
directory. It only cares that the uids match.

Okay, next step. Check to see if you have /var/qmail/users/include
or /var/qmail/users/exclude files. If you have an ``include'', make
sure that ``alias'' is listed. If you have an ``exclude'', make sure
that ``alias'' is not listed.

If you have neither of those files, then I'm going to have to look

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