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Wouter van der Schagt wrote:
> Good morning,
> Consider a vpopmail 5.5 install using timestamp build 1239053335:
> - I noticed that domains are now created in /home/vpopmail/var/vpopmail
> as opposed to /home/vpopmail/domains. Is this intended as a change in
> 5.5 or is it incorrect, perhaps also part of the FHS patch? Or can i
> specify the /home/vpopmail/domains somewhere as a confiugre option? It
> is a bit difficult to test on production servers if we have live data in
> /home/vpopmail/domains unless we all move the data to a different
> directory, but that would not be preferable.

Are you working with the current SVN branch, or with a tarball from
Sourceforge?  I'm not certain all changes to the FHS-related code are
on Sourceforge.

> - vadddomain correctly adds a domain in the database and creates files /
> directories in the above mentioned parent directory, vdeldomain
> correctly deletes it from the database (and the files / directories),
> however it also throws an error message: "Warning: Failed while
> attempting to delete domain from auth backend".

This is odd.  I have not experienced this on any systems I have it installed on.
What OS are you doing this on?

> - vlist is new to me, is this automatically packaged in 5.5 now?

Yes.  It's also in the latest 5.4 release.

> - vdelivermail (feautre request). At the moment we are running a
> modified version and have disabled 90% full checks in vdelivermail.c
> (around line 1139 by simply exiting the function). We do our own quota
> check, which with the use of the vusaged will become a lot faster.
> Perhaps you can include an option to disable this automatic mailing?

Disable quota checking and build the vusage daemon separately.  You can then
use the vusage API, or the client, to perform your own checks.  The vusage
daemon doesn't care about vpopmail's configurations in regards to quota
checking, because it doesn't do quota enforcement.  It simply reports usage.
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