On Jan 2, 2008, at 10:59 AM, Matthew Goodman wrote:
To my understanding, --enable-valias just stores alias info into the mysql
database. This should not be affecting the delivery of email to
non-aliased email, should it?


Correct. --enable-valias means that instead of using .qmail-alias files in the domain directory, aliases are stored in the database.

It does not affect individual user .qmail files.

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