You are right... I did add the . at the end of the file and now it lets me add new domains, etc. But for some reason the assign file doesn't have all the accounts I had. I tried to add a new domain and mismatch a few times the password... the domain directory was created and that's when I starting having the assign file problem. So I guess for some reason the assign file was emptied. How can I retrieve all the accounts and domains information from the domain/vpasswd file or the domain/vpasswd.cdb file to the /var/qmail/users/assign file? Is there a script or something I can use for that?
-----Mensaje original----- De: Rick Macdougall [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Enviado el: Viernes, 10 de Septiembre de 2004 05:43 p.m. Para: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Asunto: Re: [vchkpw] Error adding a new domain in qmail using vpopmail Barbarojo wrote: > I'm having problems when adding a new domain using vpopmail. It was working > just fine until I run: chown vpopmail:vchkpw -R /home/vpopmail/domains so I > guess it's a privilegies problem or something > > /var/qmail/users/assign: > [EMAIL PROTECTED] /]# cat /var/qmail/users/assign > +test.com-:test.com:89:89:/home/vpopmail/domains/test.com:-:: > Hi, The assign file should end with a line with just a . in it. ie +test.com-:test.com:89:89:/home/vpopmail/domains/test.com:-:: . Regards, Rick