First thanks alot for posting that link, I appreciate it. I am not in fact using Mysql, perhaps you confused me with someone else.
I do plane on moving to a mysql setup, but I need to do so with as little downtime as possible. It seems like there are many
different steps, like putting .dir-control in mysql, then putting the vpasswd's in mysql.......isn't there something else that is usually
put in mysql, like maildir quota files?


On Sep 24, 2004, at 3:44 PM, Dave Goodrich wrote:

Brian Feeny wrote:

Can someone post the .dir-control format (the format of the file, and what each value represents)?
This is a close as I have gotten, though I have not updated any further, it seems to be working fine.

http://www.mail-archive.com/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/msg19052.html

You might want to read all the thread for context. Once I get some other work done I intend to get back to it and write up all I have discovered.

also if you have a hosed .dir-control structure, how can you rebuild it, so that the .dir-control files are correct?

If you use sql, your dir-control is in there, not in files. I have a perl script that will repair your sql table, for those domains that have an accurate .dir-control file. I did as I converted my domains into MySQL.

if a .dir-control got deleted, how would that be fixed?

In your earlier post you said you used MySQL, if so you do not need a .dir control file, and vpopmail will not create one. All dir-control info will be in a sql table "dir_control".


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