Yeah, i see this is allright and all...

Now what really has me gnawing on my footnails is, why do i have some
lists that do have a config file, but i have others that do not.

In fact, most do not have the config file.

On Tue, 2006-02-21 at 11:31 -0800, Tom Collins wrote:
> On Feb 21, 2006, at 11:09 AM, Alex Borges wrote:
> > Okay,
> >
> > I wanna move about 50 ezmlm lists to a diferent domain.
> [snip]
> > Now i suspect that copying directories and files will do the trick but
> > im not shure. Also, i wonder what ezmlm-make parameters should i use.
> >
> > Im going through the source of qmailadmin right now and im shure to 
> > find
> > out exactly how those lists get made by it, but im also shure you guys
> > can come up with a better way to go about it.
> QmailAdmin calls ezmlm-make.  The config file in the list's directory 
> should tell you everything you need to know in regards to creating the 
> list.
> You should be able to use the config file to generate a call to 
> ezmlm-make to create your new list, and then pipe the output of 
> ezmlm-list (for the old list) to ezmlm-sub (for the new list) to 
> transfer the subscribers, moderators (if appropriate) and digest 
> subscribers (if appropriate) to the new list.
> I suspect you could simply copy the subscribers, mod/subscribers and 
> digest/subscribers (I'm guessing on that digest path) from the old 
> directory to the new one.
> ezmlm-make is probably a better solution than just copying the list's 
> confi directory and recreating the .qmail-list-whatever symlinks, as 
> you'll have to edit the configuration files to use the new list's 
> pathname, and change the old domain to the new domain in files like 
> inhost.
> Tom Collins
> Tom Logic LLC
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