Tom Collins wrote:
On Apr 19, 2006, at 7:38 AM, Rob Genovesi wrote:
I'm still having problems with forwards not being displayed in alphabetical order when viewed via qmailadmin. I just ugpraded to vpopmail 5.4.13 and qmailadmin 1.2.10. I'm using CDB on the backend.

Did you configure vpopmail with --enable-valias? You should not (and I thought I fixed a recent vpopmail release to prevent you from doing so).

Email your configure lines for both vpopmail and qmailadmin and I'll see if I can reproduce the problem on my end. On my test server, it was showing aliases/forwards in alphabetical order for both CDB and MySQL backends.

Tom Collins  -  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Hi Tom,

I am curious why you would suggest that we not use --enable-valias ?

Why would you suggest moving this OUT of the database (i.e. mysql backend) ?

To extend vpopmail into a gui, other than qmailadmin, i.e. using vpopmaild, wouldn't it be easier to leave this in the database ?

Also for reporting, all can be done with sql queries rather than writing code to parse the .qmail files.

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