hi all,
      can some body tell me how to include .qmail files into the vpopmail database. 
      iam are trying to figure out how to include all the ezmlm-make created .qmail 
files into the vpopmail database. 
        let me tell u the full setup. I have qmail installed the LWQ way. and then 
vpopmail and ezmlm 0.53 with the ezmlm-idx 0.40 addon. initially i tried to setup up 
mailling lists on my system (with my virtual domain  - rosh.com) so i had one working 
list "test" with many .qmail files in /var/qmail/alias/ . now what i wanna do is , do 
away with all those .qmail files by putting valias entries in the vpopmail database.  
Im not able to get this setup working. 

to be more specific, i have 4 .qmail files for  my unmoderated list , "[EMAIL 
PROTECTED]" , namely

.qmail-test which contains 
|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-reject  '/var/qmail/alias/test'
|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-send '/var/qmail/alias/test'
|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-warn '/var/qmail/alias/test' || exit 0

.qmail-test-default which contains 
|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-reject '/var/qmail/alias/test'
|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-send '/var/qmail/alias/test'
|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-warn '/var/qmail/alias/test' || exit 0

and two more files 
.qmail-test-owner and .qmail-test-return-default

now what i  did was 

valias -i "|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-send '/var/qmail/alias/test'
|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-warn '/var/qmail/alias/test'" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
and then 
valias -i "|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-warn '/var/qmail/alias/test'
|/usr/local/bin/ezmlm/ezmlm-manage '/var/qmail/alias/test'" [EMAIL PROTECTED]

the entries are made into valias table , but the mails addressed to [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
([EMAIL PROTECTED]) are handled by the test alias and not the test-default alias . can 
someone please tell me what to do ????? im stuck.

with regards


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