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 RE: Moving Mailboxes from /var/mail to $home/mail
Author: Steve Greenshaw 
Date:   12-07-00 12:45

Upgrade to Sendmail 8.10.x - this feature is configurable via the mc4 file.

See http://www.sendmail.org/compiling.html

Thomas Ngo wrote:
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Unfortunately, that doesn't work. I get the following message.

Jun 29 13:49:44 xxx sendmail[13022]: NAA13021: to=<xxx@xxx.com>, ctladdr=<xxx@xxx.com> (1002/1002), delay=00:00:01, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=local, relay=local, stat=Service unavailable

I can't make a hardlink either because /var and /home directories is on another filesystem. Is there any reason why freebsd have mail hardcoded somewhere that makes mailboxes always point to /var/mail? I have tried procmail as well but, I would have to recompile qpopper and imap too... I guess I would have to go that route then. Thanx

Dan Langille wrote:
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Have you tried moving the files and creating a symbolic link? There might be a better way.

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 Moving Mailboxes from /var/mail to $home/mail   new
Thomas Ngo 28-06-00 20:11 
 RE: Moving Mailboxes from /var/mail to $home/mail   new
Dan Langille 29-06-00 20:51 
 RE: Moving Mailboxes from /var/mail to $home/mail   new
Thomas Ngo 29-06-00 23:00 
 RE: Moving Mailboxes from /var/mail to $home/mail   new
Steve Greenshaw 12-07-00 12:45 


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