On Apr 16, 2006, at 10:41 PM, Rick Widmer wrote:
Robin Bowes wrote:
Rick Widmer wrote:
I would still argue that the hooks should match the calls in the vopmail
api, and not an arbitrary subset of the operations within them.
Why? Why not make the hooks reflect the "useful" operations rather than
just what goes in internal to vpopmail?


I think you have it backward. Returning only add-domain when someone runs vadddomain tells you exactly what happened.

Throwing in add-user and mod-user is arbitrarily picking _some_ of the internal functionality of the add-domain operation. If you want them why don't we throw in:

I think I agree with Robin on this.

If I've written on onchange script that needs to apply to every user on the system, I don't want to have to special-case the new-domain condition with a hack to run my script for postmaster.

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