Howdy list,

I'm using vpopmail-5.2.1 with the following configure:

    ./configure \
    --enable-roaming-users=y \
    --enable-clear-passwd=y \
    --enable-logging=e \
    --enable-log-name=vpopmail \
    --enable-defaultquota=10000000 \
    --enable-mysql-logging=y \
    --enable-auth-logging=y \
    --enable-mysql=y \
    --enable-valias=y \
    --enable-relay-clear-minutes=60 \
    --enable-md5-passwords=y \
    --enable-large-site=y \
    --enable-ip-alias-domains=y \
    --enable-many-domains=n \
    --enable-incdir=/usr/local/mysql/include/mysql \
    --enable-libdir=/usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql \
    --enable-qmail-ext=y \

Notice the:

    --enable-logging=e \


    --enable-log-name=vpopmail \


    --enable-mysql-logging=y \

I _thought_ that --enable-mysql-logging=y would
create a vlog table in my mysql database, but it

I _thought_ that     --enable-logging=e would enable
logging to syslog and that     --enable-log-name=vpopmail
would log that information under the vpopmail name,
but it didn't. I don't have a single vpopmail: statement
in 3 months of logs.

I DO, however, have pop3d: and imapd: statements
in my logs, which I assume come from my courier

So, my question is this:

Did logging get turned off because I specified both mysql
AND syslog logging? If so, why didn't vpopmail tell me that?

Or is there something else going on here?

Any help appreciated.

Jesse Guardiani, Systems Administrator
WingNET Internet Services,
P.O. Box 2605 // Cleveland, TN 37320-2605
423-559-LINK (v)  423-559-5145 (f)

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