Log name has nothing to do with the log file name. It has to do with what vpopmail calls itself to syslog. Don't put .log, just vpopmail should be sufficient, you can setup syslog in /etc/syslog.conf to log vpopmail stuff to it's own log file. It's possible that invalid log name might be causing the problem with logging not being verbose.

On Tuesday, December 10, 2002, at 08:41 AM, Anders Norrbring wrote:

Can anyone please tell me what's wrong with the configure command I give
to vpopmail-5.2.1 ?

It' like this:

./configure --enable-roaming-users=y --enable-relay-clear-minutes=10
--enable-mysql=y --enable-clear-passwd=y \
--enable-valias=y --enable-logging=v

The result gives this:

vpopmail 5.2.1
Current settings

vpopmail directory = /var/vpopmail
uid = 89
gid = 89
ip alias = OFF --enable-ip-alias-domains=n (default)
address extentions = OFF --enable-qmail-ext=n (default)
roaming users = ON --enable-roaming-users=y
tcpserver file = /etc/tcp.smtp
open_smtp file = /var/vpopmail/etc/open-smtp
user quota = OFF --enable-defaultquota=NOQUOTA default
auth module = mysql --enable-mysql=y
mysql replication = OFF --enable-mysql-replication=n default
table optimization = many domains --enable-many-domains=y default
system passwords = OFF --enable-passwd=n default
file locking = ON --enable-file-locking=y default
file sync = OFF --enable-file-sync=n default disable
vdelivermail fsync
auth logging = ON --enable-auth-logging=y default
mysql logging = OFF --enable-mysql-logging=n default
clear passwd = ON --enable-clear-passwd=y (default)
valias processing = ON --enable-valias=y
pop syslog = show only failure attempts
--enable-logging=e default
default domain = --enable-default-domain=
auth inc = -I/usr/include/mysql
auth lib = -L/usr/lib/mysql -lmysqlclient -lz

As you can see, the log file is *not* set to verbose as I asked for, and
the log file name is *not* set to vpopmail.log as I also asked for. So,
what about the "enable-relay-clear-minutes" ? Is that *still* 180

I also tried to set quota check on, that didn't work either... Any
ideas? I'm running on a SuSE 8.1 system.

Anders Norrbring
Norrbring Consulting.

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