The .qmail-default was trying to use a fastforward db (which I'm not using
anymore), and wasnt going to vdelivermail.. Thanks again.
From: Ken Jones [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 5:07 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Failed deliveries to virtual mailbox
On Wednesday 12 May 2004 9:46 am, Andre Fortin wrote:
> I'm using vpopmail 5.2.1. I host about 400 domains, some with just
> files for forwarding and some with virtual users (MySQL backend). I have
> one domain with a problem.
> This particular domain has always had simple .qmail files forwarding to
> another mail system. Now, one use would like a virtual mailbox. I added
> the mailbox with vadduser, removed the .qmail file, and it created the
> directory and the MySQL information. The user shows up in vuserinfo
> without a problem, and is in the database. The user can authenticate and
> check their pop3 mailbox without a problem. However, when someone tries
> send them a message, it bounces saying the user does not exist. If I add
> other usernames to that domain, the same problem occurs. If I add users
> other domains they work fine. It seems that only this domain is having
> problems delivering mail to virtual mailboxes. Has anyone seen this
> before? Is there a quick fix? Perhaps I'm overlooking something
> The .qmail files for forwarding work fine for this domain. Thanks in
1) Check the .qmail-default file to make sure it has a valid
vdelivermail setup. Check it against a working domain.
2) Check the /var/qmail/users/assign file for the domain against
the other domains. Make sure the /var/qmail/users/cdb file is
newer than the assign file. If not run qmail-newu
My bet would be a wacky .qmail-default file for the domain
since mail delivery is the only thing that uses that file.