What if I intead of /home/virtual/DOMAIN for each web site domain I use
That way I can setup the email accounts with the following:
vadddomain -d /home/ test1.com.ar
vadddomain -d /home/ test2.com.ar
vadddomain -d /home/ test3.com.ar
The only problem would be the permissions. How would that be?
From: Peter Palmreuther [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2005 1:46 PM
To: Listas barbarojo in vpop
Subject: [vchkpw] Re: Apache and qmail (with vpopmail) account in the same
On Tuesday, July 26, 2005 at 5:18:52 PM Listas wrote:
> So far everything works just fine but it would be great if the email
> accounts and web hosting space could be setup on the same directory.
> Instead of web sites in /home/virtuals/DOMAIN/www/htdocs and vpopmail
> domain in /home/vpopmail/DOMAIN/blablabla I want to setup up vpopmail
> so than everything is located in /home/virtual/DOMAIN/blablabla Is this
Yes. Use '-d' switch for 'vadddomain':
vadddomain -d /home/virtual/DOMAIN/mail DOMAIN
and vpopmail will put all DOMAIN related files to
'/home/virtual/DOMAIN/mail' and set up '/var/qmail/users/assign'
accordingly. Beware: vpopmail will create a directory named 'domains'
in './mail/', so the final structure will be:
but that shouldn't really matter as long as the goal is to get all files of
a DOMAIN into one directory and its children.
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