On Monday 13 January 2003 10:39 am, Alan Murrell wrote:
> Hello,
> I meant to ask this a while ago, but never got around
> to it...
> I have noticed that when Vpopmail is installed, it has
> it's own 'tcp'smtp' file.  If Qmail is installed, does
> one use Qmail's 'tcp.smtp' file instead, or are both
> 'tcp.smtp' files used at the same time?  Or
> alternatively, if Vpopmail's has a different function
> altogether, what would it be?

vpopmail and qmail-smtpd need to share the same
tcp.smtp and tcp.smtp.cdb. For permission reasons,
it's better to have those files under ~vpopmail/etc

If --enable-roaming-users=y during configuration, 
the vpopmail configure script attempts to auto-discover
if there is an /etc/tcp.smtp file already on the system and
use that. If it doesn't find one it will create a ~vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp
file automatically. 

Ken Jones

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