On Mar 24, 2006, at 4:01 PM, Kurt Bigler wrote:
I'm sure. I triple checked. I have a text file of the shell session. I've
attached a contiguous unedited excerpt from the shell session.

I'm not familiar with how versions of vpopmail prior to the 5.4 series handled alias domains, but the directory structure in the shell session you posted doesn't match the way alias domains are handled now.

When you run vdeldomain, it looks in /var/qmail/users/assign to find the domain. If it's an alias (the first two columns don't match), it just deletes the domain from the /var/qmail/control/* and /var/qmail/users/assign files.

If the old way of handling alias domains was to create unique entries in users/assign and then use links to map the directories, I could see how vdeldomain could end up deleting the underlying directory. I'll make a note to look at vdeldomain and have it act differently if the domain directory is a link to another directory.

Tom Collins  -  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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