Date: 26-07-00 17:45
1) - don't know
2) - what files/directories aren't showing up? netatalk/apple create some directories that aren't supposed to be seen by macs (Network Trash, Temporary something or other, Find by this or that, .AppleDouble) which can be seen by samba/unix since they are real directories. You can hide them from samba by using something like this:
veto files = /.AppleDouble/.bin/.AppleDesk-top/Network Trash Folder/Icon?/
delete veto files = yes
(the second line lets samba delete these files if a user tries to delete a folder that contains them)
3) - If you are using an external mail server for netscape, then you could alter it's configuration to re-write the headers (ie, mess around with sendmail.cf).
4) - I don't think so. I just looked through /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/LINT at all the file system types and it's not listed. Of course there might be a third party app that overlays a normal filesystem. Check the ports.
5) - not a clue.