Tom Collins wrote:
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.
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.
I believe you will find in 5.4.13 that
vadddomain one.com password
vaddaliasdomain two.com one.com
Will delete one.com, and all of ~vpopmail/domains/one.com/, but leave
traces of two.com in /var/qmail/control and /var/qmail/users. The fix
is already in 5.4.15 where the vdeldomain command will complain that
virtual domains exist, list them, and suggest you use the -f flag to
force the delete if you want to. If the -f flag is used, it will delete
each of the virtual domains before the parent.
I just tested it with Bill Shupp's toaster based on vpopmail 5.4.13, but
including his patch to add the daemaon. I was getting ready to send a
patch, but when I looked at 5.4.15 it was already there.