Here is how you could make it work with the mv
Backup all your data. Remove the domain and alias create a new domain and all users for that domain cp or mv all that mgs into the new domain. It should be fine for you. Just my 2 cents. Remo > From: Charlie Garrison <garri...@zeta.org.au> > Reply-To: <email@example.com> > Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2009 02:51:46 +1100 > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Deleting primary domain; keeping alias domains > > Good morning, > > On 18/03/09 at 9:31 AM -0500, Matt Brookings <m...@inter7.com> wrote: > >> Charlie Garrison wrote: >>> Is there a proper way to delete a domain which is currently configured >>> as the primary domain for an account? And I want one of the current >>> domain aliases to become the primary domain. >>> I can't find any comprehensive documentation for >>> vdeldomain. Maybe it >>> will do what I want; I don't have a test system to try it on though. >> >> An alias is just that, an alias. It is not an actual domain. If you delete >> the primary, the alias will not function because there is no primary domain >> data for it to alias. > > I guessed that, which is why I was asking how to delete the > primary domain. I want one of the domain aliases to become the > primary domain. Is there any way to do that short of completely > recreating the setup for that domain/directory? The primary > domain is no longer in use (has expired) and I would like to > completely remove all references to it. > > My thought was to 'mv' the domain directory to the name of the > domain alias, and manually edit the qmail/users/assign file > accordingly. But I don't know if there are other locations where > the primary domain name is stored that would also need to be > updated. (I'm ignoring rcpthosts, etc for now since they seem to > be easy changes.) > > Thanks, > Charlie > > -- > Charlie Garrison <garri...@zeta.org.au> > PO Box 141, Windsor, NSW 2756, Australia > > O< ascii ribbon campaign - stop html mail - www.asciiribbon.org > http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1855.txt > > > > > > !DSPAM:49c1203032681502410438!