Jeremy Kister wrote:
On 12/16/2005 6:43 PM, Rick Macdougall wrote:
What's the advantage of this over .qmail-user-list in the main domain
With this change deleting a user removes all the users .qmail
(.vpopmail?) files. Currently I have my management system delete the
user, but that does not clean up any dot files they have, as they are in
the domain directory.
Which spawns an equally interesting question -- why have user/.qmail at
all? I cant think of any scenarios where user/.qmail is needed..
user/.qmail hurts performance, as qmail-local has to call vdelivermail
instead of just dealing with the mail itself.
Currently if I need to create a .qmail file in the domain directory I am
still calling vdelivermail (if I want to use things like valias, which I
do). For a copy I currently add a vdelivermail line and a address line
to a .qmail-user file.
|/home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox
Is that wrong?
Probably. Depends on what you need to do.
qmail-local can handle forwarding to local or remote users
as well as writing into Maildir's or exec'ing programs.
vdelivermail was written for the .qmail-default file.
The idea being, once qmail-local exhausts the .qmail files
then the email is for a vpopmail account.
i think you're right -- neither user/.qmail, user/.qmail-ext nor
user/.vpopmail are needed.
I disagree ;^)