Tom Collins wrote:Ok, this seems to be a new requirement for 5.3.29 - after creating the file with the default values Justin mentioned in another mail, it works now for me, too.
On Tuesday, October 21, 2003, at 09:11 AM, Trey Nolen wrote:
After upgrading to 5.3.29, we are getting the following error when trying to
add a domain:
Error: (vadduser) can't read domain limits
If you have a ~vpopmail/etc/vlimits.default file, it should work.
Good idea :)I'll look into having the install process create that file if it doesn't already exist.
Should we update the code so that it doesn't generate an error if neither .qmailadmin-limits or vlimits.default exist?
It shouldnt generate an error if either doesnt exist. As it would then make the admin freak.
I see three possible solutions:
- Creating the missing file with the default values (i.e. no limits) if it doesn't exist.
- Don't create the file, but don't complain about it either. Just use the default values as with before 5.3.29
- Throw an error message, and point out how to fix it (i.e. provide a vlimits.default-example file with the installation)
Also in your post about the new release, i suggest you take a look at the problems the person had, and see how those happened :)
That was me ;) As mentioned above, creating the vlimits.default file solved the problems for me, too.