As far as I know, vdelivermail reads the .qmail file in the user's directory (not .qmail-default) for delivery instructions. I don't think that it supports extended addresses in the way you're looking for. It just accepts the mail as if the extension wasn't there.

On Mar 26, 2004, at 8:37 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I am running vpopmail-5.4.0, netqmail-1.05.

I can't seem to get vpopmail to parse the .qmail file in my virtual
directories for extended addresses.

For example, if I forward using .qmail in the home dir, it works fine, but
if I try to add in .qmail-test and send a message to [EMAIL PROTECTED] it
doesn't work.

My configure command for vpopmail is:

./configure  --enable-auth-module=mysql --enable-many-domains=y

I attempted to compile using:

./configure  --enable-auth-module=mysql --enable-many-domains=y
--enable-ip-alias-domains=y  --enable-qmail-ext

This allowed mail to be delivered using [EMAIL PROTECTED], but it still
didn't parse the .qmail file for that address.  It would simply deposit
the mail in the box of user.

I definitely have a .qmail-default in the director of the user also.  I
heard that it might not parse if that wasn't there.  It doesn't seem to

Has anyone else seen this problem? Know of a fix? I've tried everything
I can think of.

Tom Collins  -  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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