On Jun 29, 2006, at 3:59 PM, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote:
gotcha. since i need to keep vqadmin consistent for various reasons, i
think i'll try doing a complete overhaul of the domain the 'old
If you're using cdb, here's a sneaky way to do it...
First, backup the domain on the off chance that deleting the alias
domain messes something up. Stop qmail until you're done making the
changes. We'll call the domains old.com and new.com for this process.
# delete the old domain
# add it back, as it's own domain (not an alias)
~vpopmail/bin/vadddomain new.com xyz
# use the old domain's files instead
rm -rf ~vpopmail/domains/new.com
mv ~vpopmail/domains/old.com ~vpopmail/domains/new.com
# make an link from the old name to the new name so mailing lists work
ln -s new.com old.com
Start qmail back up, and you should be in business.
Now you can search through the various .qmail files and mailing list
configuration files, looking for references to old.com and changing
them to new.com. Eventually, you can ditch the link from old.com to
new.com in the domains directory.
Tom Collins - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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