I have to ask again....should changing the uid:gid in the assign file to
reflect the system, work? It seems like that would be the other way around
the mess instead of changing the systema(vopomail:vchkpw ID's)
Yes (after running qmail-newu to update the users/cdb file).
But, as the other poster pointed out, if you copied the files from system A to system B in such a way that it kept the numeric uid/gid for the file ownership, you now need to fix all of those files. If you were able to do the copy so that it based it on the named uid/gid, then the file ownership should be fine.
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