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Old 27th December 2006, 13:14
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Try executing the following code on the host you use to login with squirrelmail or any other maiclient:

postconf -e 'home_mailbox = Maildir/'

Afterwards reload postfix.

Let me know the result please.

(and of course you should check wether delivering your mail to the relayhost is actually what you want it to do, just like till sugested. If not, also execute:
postconf -e 'relayhost ='
on this host)
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Old 27th December 2006, 15:21
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Come to think of it, why did you set the relayhost parameter in the first place?
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Hi,

reidware.net is in my local-host-names file (the intention of the relayhost line in main.cf is to forward all outgoing mail to an old server until the old server is decommissioned)

ISPConfig is set up for Maildir

I am suspicious of the maildrop line in master.cf - I don't have a vmail user account - I suspect this means that when Postfix attempts to pass the email over for delivery that it ends up going nowhere. I originally installed dovecot as part of the Fedora Core 5 perfect install, but have tried to move to Courier IMAP so that I can use the instructions for allowing users to log in as user@domain.

My understanding (maybe wrong!) is that I only need to set maildrop up this way if I am using virtual users, (which I am not), but I can't figure out how it should be configured.

Alternatively, I could create a vmail account, but I am not sure what rights it needs.

Thanks for your help!

James.
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Old 28th December 2006, 17:38
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Can you post the output of
Code:
netstat -tap
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Hello!

Quote:
Originally Posted by tycho
OK, set
$auto_create_special = false; to
$auto_create_special = true;
I also reccomend setting
$show_contain_subfolders_option = false; to
$show_contain_subfolders_option = true;

Now reload apache.
Does this solution only affect newly created accounts?
I have about 150 domains on my server with about 600 accounts and I'd really like to know what would happen to the existing accounts if I used the given solution.....
What would happen if someone had created these folders manually already?

Thank you,
regards, Tom
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I think it affects all accounts, but I'm not sure.
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