As far as I remember, many-domains=n and many-domains=y work with different tables.

So, when switching from "n" to "y" you should also convert the database to the new format.

This is one of the switches you select with the first installation, and then you never change (usually).


At 18/10/02 18/10/02 -0400, Matthias Trevarthan wrote:
Howdy peeps,

I'm testing a new install on a FreeBSD 4.6.2-RELEASE server.

I'm running:


./configure --enable-roaming-users=y --enable-clear-passwd=y
--enable-logging=e --enable-log-name=vpopmail --enable-defaultquota=5000000
--enable-mysql-logging=y --enable-mysql=y --enable-valias=y
--enable-relay-clear-minutes=30 --enable-md5-passwords=y
--enable-large-site=y --enable-ip-alias-domains=y --enable-many-domains=n

./configure --without-ipv6 --with-trashquota

This configuration worked just fine without many-domains=n. But when I added
many-domains=n, courier suddenly can't authenticate.

Let me repeat myself: The ONLY thing that has changed from a WORKING
vpopmail-courier-imap MYSQL install is that I changed many-domains to 'n'.

So, my question is, does the authvchkpw module not support multi-table

Will I have to rig authmysql authentication for this to work?



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