From: "Eirik Haavik" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> I am really not sure of that. Gary,
> Anyway i emtyed the locals file and restarted qmail and it had no effect
> i put back mail.spritux.com into it.
> of all the files inside /var/qmail/control/ these 2 are the ones that
> worryes me.
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/# cat /var/qmail/control/plusdomain
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/# cat /var/qmail/control/defaultdomain
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/#
> the reason? Well i really dont know mutch about any of the files from
> but my mailserver name is mail.spritux.com and those 2 files above are
> ONLY files inside /var/qmail/control/ witch ONLY contains spritux.com
> (and thats where my mailserver sends all the mails, regardless of the
> spesified domain.
Did you read the faq?
- uses one uid/gid for all email accounts
two types of email addresses
1) for domains in /var/qmail/control/locals the email
addresses are: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
pop authentication user name is: user
2) for "virtual" domains in /var/qmail/control/virtualdomains
addresses are of the form [EMAIL PROTECTED]
pop authentication user name is:
user%virtualdomain or [EMAIL PROTECTED] depending on email
So, if you have "mail.spritux.com" in /var/qmail/control/locals, qmail will
try to deliver to [EMAIL PROTECTED] locally, and not to vpopmail