On Tuesday 16 November 2004 01:11 pm, Peter Laufer wrote:
> Hi.
> I need som help with vpopmail and vchkpw.
> I have 10 domains installed o my server. Every morning the first logon
> to each domain fails with message unable to create
> /etc/tcp.smtptmp.xxxx. (but my vpopmail home path is
> /home/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp.cdb)
> Then everything works fine til next morning...
> Can somebody help me with this problem?

check how you've configured vpopmail.  I believe vpopmail first looks 
for /etc/tcp.smtp{,cdb} when trying to determine a location to use for the 
cdb file for roaming users.  If you go to your vpopmail source tree, edit 
config.log (or config.status on old versions) you should be able to extract 
what configure options you  used originally.  Then, re-run configure with 
those options and look at the output it generates for how it has been 
configured.  From there it should be relatively easy to determine the cause 
of your problem :)


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