If vpopmail is compiled to use mysql to store aliases, and then
qmailadmin is compiled (important since qmailadmin statically links
libvpopmail), it will use the vpopmail API for working with aliases
(and therefore store them in MySQL).
Note that vpopmail and qmailadmin do not use MySQL for storing a
user's .qmail file (which is created for copy+forward).
On Feb 26, 2009, at 2:57 AM, Robert Schulze wrote:
> Is qmailadmin not fully vpopmail-API compatible or is there a
> special compile option which we did accidentially not set?