Adam, thanks for responding. The answer that I am trying to find is whether the maildirmake command creates a file of any sort that keeps track of the mailboxes. We changed someone's mailbox, and copied the new current and tmp directories into their mailboxes but qmail did not redirect their mail (even after we did the maildirmake and specified their new home directory). I am hoping that their is a way to modified a user home directory and Maildir folder without recreating the user from scratch. Eddie -----Original Message----- From: Adam Langley [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2000 2:14 PM To: Eddie Greer Subject: Re: maildirmake On Wed, Aug 02, 2000 at 12:56:54PM -0700, Eddie Greer wrote: > Question to all the qmail professionals: I certainly can't claim tobe one of those > > when you issue the /var/qmail/bin/maildirmake command to create the Maildir > folder for a perspective user; where does store this information.-- The maildirmake command takes 1 argument, a directory name and creates that directory and subdirs in the Maildir format (tmp/, new/, cur/ - look up the format is you need). It doesn't store the information anywhere - you have to setup .qmail files (or whatever) to point to the directory. AGL -- Whenever anyone says, "theoretically," they really mean, "not really."