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Wouter van der Schagt wrote:
>> Don't set a domain quota and it won't enforce one. Just an FYI.
> Great thanks. That could be usefull :) Is it off (as in not enforced) by
> default or do i need to specify a setting.
It's like any other quota. Unless you set one, there isn't one (NOQUOTA).
> Upon further investigation it appears that allthough the vadddomain command
> didnt create an error, it didnt create an entry in any database either.
> I tested the
> authentication as it is in /etc/vpopmail/vpopmail.mysql manually and
> that worked.
> mysql -uuser -ppassword -Ddatabase;
Eh. Did you install the MySQL backend module?
> For now, do i copy the files into /etc/ or leave them where they are?
It looks like it's going to use that alternate path whether you like it
or not. It's not something you can just edit a single file. Many files contain
that incorrect path now.
> Great, im really curious about this daemon, at the moment we provide
> this with
> a realtime du -sm * through a socketserver, it is horribly slow on full
> mailboxes :)
You will notice that many of 5.5's binaries use the daemon. vuserinfo,
vdelivermail, vchkpw, etc.
It will be *a lot* faster than a du.
Matt Brookings <m...@inter7.com> GnuPG Key D9414F70
Software developer Systems technician
Inter7 Internet Technologies, Inc. (815)776-9465
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