Jason L Tibbitts <email@example.com> writes:
> "DH" == Dave Hayes <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
DH> My "quick, get it working" solution was to hack the .cf file to prepend
DH> an arbitrary string on the beginning of addresses for a specific
DH> domain. This allowed me to split the aliases file so that each domain
DH> can have their own aliases.
> Brock has started me off with a way to do this. Basically, we can
> generate alias files with additional domain info in them like you
> did, and generate an appropriate virtusertable file.
Hrm. Why did you pick that file?
> This code should be in today or tomorrow; I'm trying to document it
> in a reasonable manner now. I'll also be including an option to
> make symlinks from a root-owned directory to the
> majordomo-maintained alias and virtuser files since I haven't
> received a straight answer on just what it is that Sendmail wants
> with regards to permissions.
Whatever they are, they are strict you can be sure.
On another note, why would majordomo not be storing archives?
I seem to have everything set up properly?
Dave Hayes - Consultant - Altadena CA, USA - email@example.com
Keep Usenet Free - http://www.jetcafe.org/~dave/usenet
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