On Friday 25 June 2004 03:41 pm, Ken Jones wrote:
> On Friday 25 June 2004 02:40 pm, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote:
> > At 12:33 PM 6/25/2004, Ken Jones wrote:
> > >What you can do is keep the original data, then update and add a domain.
> > >If it doesn't work, put the old data back. It only is used when adding
> > > domains not users.
> > thanks. so my speculation that the 'dom_89' user is sort of a
> > 'master' field for such things is correct?
> Yep! It controls just the domain directory layout.
> dom_89 is short for "domain_directory_layout_user_id_89"
> since 89 was reserved for vpopmail by one of the *nix distributions .
I believe it was freebsd. Gentoo Linux comes with a vpopmail user by default,
kitchen ~ # id vpopmail
uid=89(vpopmail) gid=89(vpopmail) groups=89(vpopmail)
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