> On Sun, 2005-03-13 at 10:53, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> > After trying this I am unable to login to pop3 or when I issue a
>> > vuserinfo command I get:
>> > vmysql: can't read settings from /home/vpopmail/etc/vpopmail.mysql
>> > no such user [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> > If I telnet in I get a:
>> > -ERR authorization failed
>> > If I make a new domain (vadddomain) I can log into that just fine.
>> > Vuserinfo returns the correct data.
>> > Has anybody ran into this before? How to I go about solving it. I have
>> > made sure that vpopmail.mysql is owned by vpopmail I even chmod 777
>> > to be sure. The fact that a newly created domain functions just
>> > backs up the fact that vpopmail can read the vpopmail.mysql file.
>> > Thanks,
>> > _
>> > /-\ ndrew
>> ok... I did leave out some details,
>> First of all, start with a clean slate on your slave server / new
>> Drop the database vpopmail. Create it again. On the master computer do
>> mysqldump -u (adminname) -p vpopmail > /root/vpopmail.sql
>> Type the password and you have now made an image of your vpopmail
>> database..Get that file over to the slave computer.
>> Then on the slave computer login to mysql and do the following:
>> use vpopmail;
>> source /root/vpopmail.sql;
>> Now you should be good to go.
>> copy exactly the /home/vpopmail/domains dir over
>> then run
>> chown -R vpopmail:vchkpw /home/vpopmail/domains/*
>> Of course you want to copy over
>> then... start the server... start imap and you should be home free BUD
>> Hope this helps
> After doing all of that and spending a day trying to get it work I am
> still getting the same errors as above.
> I finally figured out what my issues were. The user and group must have
> the same id on both servers. I had read that someplace before but forgot
> about it. So yeah problem solved. I was doing it the right way all along
> just wrong user and group id's chalk another one up to me being dumb.
I am glad that you got it figured out. I have been working on this myself
for over a week. Pulling my hair out!!!
I think that this should be a howto somewhere.