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Subject: Re: Qmail directory question
From: Jason L Tibbitts III <tibbs @ math . uh . edu>
Date: 26 May 1999 23:06:20 -0500
To: majordomo-workers @ greatcircle . com, Chuck Milam <milam @ uwosh . edu>
In-reply-to: Chuck Milam's message of "Wed, 26 May 1999 15:21:36 -0500 (CDT)"
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>>>>> "CM" == Chuck Milam <milam@uwosh.edu> writes:

CM> What is the setup script looking for here?  A separate qmail directory
CM> for each virtual domain?

It wants to know where it should write the .qmail-default file for this
domain.  I'm not sure how that should be phrased in "qmail terminology".
README.QMAIL says:

About automatic configuration:

During the configuration process, if Majordomo is told that it is running
under qmail it will ask if it should set up the necessary .qmail-default
files itself.  If so, it will prompt for the location of the qmail
directory for each domain and will create .qmail-default files there unless
those files already exist and contain lines that Majordomo doesn't
recognise (in which case it will complain and do nothing).

but of course that file also requests that someone who actually knows
something about qmail make sure it's accurate.

 - J<


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