Hi Shane:

We weren't able to get the MySQL alias table to be created and populated by ./valias commands. The only significant difference in our configuration was that we did not use mysql-limits.

At 04:59 AM 1/20/2004, you wrote:
Just letting the list know that I have managed to get the roaming users
working with the vpopmail-5.4.0-rc2 and courier-imap-
version of courier on a redhat 7.3 box.

I noticed a post earlier saying that valias in MySQL wasn't working, however
all of mine are working still as they did before.

My compile time options for vpopmail were:

./configure  --enable-rebuild-tcpserver-file=n --enable-roaming-users=y
--enable-defaultquota=20971520S --enable-auth-module=mysql
--enable-file-sync=n --enable-mysql-logging=y --enable-learn-passwords=y
--enable-clear-passwd=y --enable-valias=y --enable-mysql-limits=y
--enable-logging=v --enable-relay-clear-minutes=15

My courier options were:

./configure --with-trashquota --without-authpwd --without-authshadow
--without-authpam --without-authuserdb --without-authcram --without-authldap
--without-authmysql --without-authpgsql --without-authcustom
--without-authdaemon --disable-root-check --with-redhat

At first compile with vpopmail-5.4.0-rc1 I was getting the problem with the
formatting of ip addresses in the relay table such as ::ffff:111.222.333
being put into the table. After a compile and install of vpopmail-5.4.0-rc2
and a make clean, configure and make/make install of courier again, all
is working as expected.


Best Regards,

Jeff Koch, Intersessions

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