The qmail documentation (man pages) seem to be centered around the
assumption that users have local unix login accounts, suggesting for example
the use of chmod +t $HOME to allow safe editing of .qmail files.  For
vpopmail use, its not clear to me what directory I am supposed to chmod +t
in order to make it safe for me to edit .qmail files by hand.  My best guess
is that for $HOME I should substitute:

    the directory containing the .qmail file in question

and a single empirical test seems to confirm this.  Is this correct as a
general rule?

Kurt Bigler

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