Ahh aha!  That makes sense...

Now I just have to figure out why vpopmail is not working with postgres like it should.  I found the install guild at http://www.pipeline.com.au/staff/mbowe/isp/vpopmail-postgresql.htm.  However, this did not seem to help.  Am I correct in assuming that the connection info for postgres is stored in the vpgsql.h file?

I did get an error about vpopmail not being able to create the vlog table in postgres, but I solved that by just importing it from mysql.


Nick Harring wrote:
The other odd thing is that vqadmin and qmailadmin still seem to be
using the mysql database after recompiling vpopmail for use with
You need to recompile them both, as they are statically linked to the
vpopmail libraries from your previous version.

Hope that helps,
Nick Harring 


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