Second question. We have a lot of domains that resided on our server and due to directory limitations, can not have all the domains reside in ~path/vpopmail/domains. Is there any good solutions that people know of? The only one that we have come up with is to modify the code to add the domain directories into sublevels (ie ~path/vpopmail/domains/a-e/, ~path/vpopmail/domains/f-n, etc). After considering this, I realized that this probably would require a lot of changes in the code which is possible but we're hoping for a shorter time frame to get it up and going.
After adding 100 domains, vpopmail will create a directory called "0" in the vpopmail/domains directory and place the next 100 domains in it.
You might be able to get away with just mounting different partitions at those directory points. If 100 is too many, you could change MAX_USERS_PER_LEVEL (defined in vauth.h) to a lower number.
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