On Tuesday 07 October 2003 01:51, Jonathan Viney wrote:
> Hi,
> This is easily fixed manually, just run 'INSERT INTO limits (domain)
> VALUES ('example.net')' to create an entry and vmoddomlimits works
> fine. It is just that this should be done automatically at some
> point.
> > "Failed to vget_limits".
> >
> > when i use vpopmail with enable-mysql-limits and try to read them
> > via vmoddomlimits.
> > I also noticed that the mysql table "limits" has no entries when i
> > add a domain via e.g. qmailadmin.
> >
> > looks like a bug! :-)
> Cheers,
> Jonathan

the vmoddomlimits bug is fixed in cvs.
vget_limits did returned -1 even if default limits existed.

i wouldn't add an empty set of limits automatically with vadddomain, 
since, when there are some limits for domain abc.com, they are used 
instead of the default limits.

Mit internetten Grüßen / Best Regards
Justin Heesemann                                    ionium Technologies
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