>On Thursday, August 22, 2002, at 05:09 PM, Andreas Wiesmann wrote: > >>Hi, >>I just recognized a probable bug in vpopbull. When I do vpopbull >>-v -n largedomain I get all mail addresses twice. If I do vpopbull >>-v -n smalldomain then everything is fine. Does anybody knows more >>about this? >>The only thing I see is that in largedomain some maildirs are in >>largedomain/0/username instead of largedomain/username as for the >>smalldomain accounts. maybe that is not handled accurately in >>vpopbull? vdominfo largedomain gives correct information, >>especially number of mail accounts. vpopmail 5.2 is used. > >Try grabbing 5.2.1 or 5.3.8. I fixed a bunch of problems in >vpopbull in those versions, and I can't reproduce your problem with >a domain of 200 users. > >NOTE: The -v option is now -V in the versions mentions above.
It seems not to be a problem with the program but with some preference file (I tried with the updated programs but vpopbull was not giving any output in version 5.2.1 at all! yes I was using -V :-). But by chance I used vdominfo without arguments and received: domain: domain1 uid: 89 gid: 89 dir: /mailboxen/vpopmail/domains/domain1 users: 12 domain: domain2 uid: 89 gid: 89 dir: /mailboxen/vpopmail/domains/domain2 users: 184 domain: domain2 uid: 89 gid: 89 dir: /mailboxen/vpopmail/domains/domain2 users: 184 I have to say, that I moved this mail domain from one server to another. Now I guess the domain ist registered twice somehow (however the maildirs exist only once). I checked .dir-control and it shows 2 0 3 0 0 0 61 61 61 0 2 2 0 0 0 but that means nothing to me, and also after I studied the source code; i didnt see what I should change. Can I delete this preference file and it is rebuilt correctly or how can I solve my problem? Thanks for your support! Andreas