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Old 8th September 2006, 14:14
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Default Problem on Perfect Setup SUSE10.1 : Maildir can not be created

Hi to all, I follow the Perfect Setup SUSE10.1 guide, I didnt install ispconfig, I havent much time, and actually I have no idea about ispconfig, but I use webmin, maybe they are same role, anyway my problem is when I add a user from command line and to activate the user I send an email to the user, in redhat when I send a test message to the new user, Maildir occured autımatically, but unfourtunately in SUSE ,it couldnt be created automaticalyy, I will use postfix and webmin, webmin shows user's mail directory is /home/user/Maildir but there is no Maildir, cyruss-sasl and related things I install by the following the perfect setup suse guide,
can you help me, pls, I couldnt figure out that problem
thanks in advance

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