Well, I'm really sorry, and I'm very thankful for your help but can you
give  me more detail on how to tell my tcpserver to look at my
~vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp instead.

Also, I am using vpopmail's roaming usres function, but it is not working.
thats why I'm writing this email.


> On Friday 18 June 2004 11:30 am, Raymond Luong wrote:
>> I would like to add, since my qmailctl cdb is still reading off my
>> /etc/tcp.smtp, and assuming my vpopmail is recompileing my tcp.smtp
>> everytime someone login through pop3, can I just edit my qmailctl and
>> qmail-smtp file and point the tcp.smtp at my ~vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp?
>> Will
>> that work. I am afraid to do it because my mail box is a live production
>> box. Don't want to do it unless I get more feed back.
> well, if you're using vpopmail's roaming users you'll probably want to use
> vpopmail's built in function to rebuild the cdb file or you won't get the
> proper relay entries (at least until the next time someone checks their
> mail)
> ~vpopmail/bin/clearopensmtp
> Then just tell tcpserver to look at that cdb file and you're all set.
> -Jeremy
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