a) make this use the directory specified on the command line as the base directory
b) change the documentation to say 'base directory for adding this domain' rather than saying that this is where it will go.
That seems like it conflicts what it says it should do.
You could likely just modify /var/qmail/users/assign to point to the new domain directory and not bother with the sym link in it's entirety. Still sorta a pain. Would be nice to see this working as expected.
From: "DOODS" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [vchkpw] vpopmail -d 'user directories' Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 14:16:35 +0800 (SGT)
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 normally.
Warm Regards, DOODS
> 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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