If you choose to run vpopbull, I highly advise doing "su vpopmail" first.
If you run vpopbull as root, it will insert a file owned by root, and this
will essentially kill vpopmail (POP3 retrieval) until you can recursively
chown the files to the correct owner:group.  Just wanted to make others
aware of what just befell me.

Benjamin Tomhave, CISSP
Senior Systems Engineer
Sofast Communications      www.sofast.net

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