I tried testing this before. What I did was to create the
domain in an ordinary manner. Then moved that domain dir to
where I wanted it to reside then made a link to that dir. Works

Warm Regards,

> I'm having a bit of trouble with adding vpopmail domains under
> another
> userid and home directory.  Normally, I've had each user with
> their domain
> in a standard ~vpopmail/domains/domain-name.com directory.  I'd
> like to
> create domains now in ~username/domain-name.com/mail or similar
> folder.
> I add a user to the system with a homedir of /home/blah and
> then issue
> 'vadddomain -u blah -d /home/blah/mail <domain> <passwd> but
> that creates a
> directory /home/blah/domains/domain-name.com with postmaster in
> this folder.
>   How can I get it to not require this structure, but rather
> just add them
> whereever I want- without the prefixes?  I'm using latest
> development 5.3.20
> Thanks in advance,
> -Mike
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