diff -u vpopmail-5.3.20/vconvert.c vpopmail-5.3.20-tc/vconvert.c
--- vpopmail-5.3.20/vconvert.c 2003-03-24 13:54:37.000000000 -0700
+++ vpopmail-5.3.20-tc/vconvert.c 2003-06-04 14:32:54.000000000 -0700
@@ -312,8 +312,8 @@
fprintf(stdout, "vconvert: usage\n");
- fprintf(stdout, " The first option sets which format to convert FROM");
- fprintf(stdout, " the second option sets which format to convert TO");
+ fprintf(stdout, " The first option sets which format to convert FROM,\n");
+ fprintf(stdout, " the second option sets which format to convert TO.\n");
fprintf(stdout, " -e = etc format\n");
fprintf(stdout, " -c = cdb format\n");
fprintf(stdout, " -m = sql format\n");
On Wednesday, June 4, 2003, at 12:41 PM, Ken Jones wrote:
I'm not writing any new code.
I'm only applying code changes that people send me.
On Wednesday 04 June 2003 2:16 pm, Rick Macdougall wrote:Hi,
Would you not want -c -m ? I do not see -s as an option anywhere.
Oh, Ken, as long as you are patching today, maybe you could add a line
feed to the help message so the -e = etc format starts on a new line :)
Eduardo Garcia wrote:Hello people.
i was a new installation of qmail+vpopmail+mysql in a new server, the
instalation that's ok.
but, i need migrate my accounts email to my new server, the old qmail
have authentiation with cdb files, and i need migrate to auth with mysql.
i try use de vconvert utility, i read de README.msysql, but the instruccion.
#vconvert -c -s
don't work and display the next message.
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ti0.net]# vconvert -c -s vconvert: invalid option -- s vconvert: usage The first option sets which format to convert FROM the second option sets which format to convert TO -e = etc format -c = cdb format -m = sql format -S = set sqwebmail passwords -v = version -d = debug info [EMAIL PROTECTED] ti0.net]#
plase help me, i have 20 domains.
sorry but my english it's very bad, i don't speak.
enzo Eduardo Garcia.
-- Tom Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED]