Instead of jumping all of these hoops, I find that it's easier to manually remove the real domain from all files in /var/qmail/controls and its entry in users/assign. Then edit the alias entry in users/ assign to have the new "real" domain in the second column. You'll have to run qmail-newu, qmail-newmrh and -HUP qmail-send.

Keep the directory name the same to avoid breaking .qmail files, autoresponders, mailing lists, etc. If you really want to rename the directory, create a symlink with the old name. (You'll still want to grep the config files of each mailing


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