On Jan 17, 2006, at 1:30 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I could not figure out why only MySQL can now be used for valias only,
I just created a patch to 5.4.13 to remove this check (I still use
in the form of .qmail files). Patch attached.
The valias option to configure should really be called something like
'valias-table'. It only applies to storing aliases in tables instead
of .qmail-alias files.
If you compile with --disable-valias, you can still store your aliases
in .qmail-alias files, and (confusingly) use the valias program to
manage those .qmail-alias files.
I have update the configure file to allow valias for PostgreSQL in
addition to MySQL.
Tom Collins - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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