when you compile with valias enabled, qmail and vpopmail will anyway handle any existing .qmail-alias file.
So it may be misleading not to show them.
That's a good point. I guess I could have qmailadmin pull aliases from both sources.
A question: with valias enabled, will ezmlm list secondary addresses will be created as mysql entry or standard .qmail-files?
.qmail-list files associated with ezmlm lists are not stored in MySQL. We rely on ezmlm-make to manage those files (some of which are actually symlinks to files in the list directory).
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