Tom Collins wrote (at Mon, Dec 29, 2003 at 10:18:10PM -0700): > On Dec 29, 2003, at 3:22 PM, Shaun Reitan wrote: > >I'm trying to get vadddomain to use a dir named mail rahter than > >domains > >when creating the maildir's (ex: /home/user3/mail/user3.domain.com > >rather > >than /home/user3/domains/user3.domain.com) > >but i keep getting this error... am i doign somthing wrong? > > I don't think this is possible with the current source. There's way > too much code that assumes the domains are in a directory called > "domains".
If you compile vpopmail with --enable-domains-dir=mail and make a symlink ~vpopmail/domains -> ~vpopmail/mail, I bet it will work. I do something similar (but i use "d" instead of "mail"), and it works. I did this because /usr/local/vpopmail/domains/ is just too restrictive on domain name length for some of the domains I had to import to vpopmail from IMail. I have ~vpopmail = /usr/local/v and domains-dir = d, but I have symlinks in place from: (cd /usr/local; ln -s v vpopmail) (cd ~vpopmail; ln -s d domains) -- Casey Zacek Senior Engineer NeoSpire, Inc.