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Where are default Mail Addresses kept?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by silentcircuit, Jun 16, 2003.

  1. silentcircuit

    silentcircuit Active Member

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    When I ran one of the fixmail scripts it totally screwed my mailing accounts, it changed all my "default mailing addresses" on my client accounts from "username@domain.com" to "username" and now some mail is not routed to the correct user. The address I am talking about is the one you set to get all incoming mail to that domain that does not have a place to go. Once i put that back to user@domain.com it works again. So since I dont know every password for all my clients can someone tell me where it is stored on the machine so I can change them through root? Thanks

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    ciphervendor Well-Known Member

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    /etc/valiases/domain.com

    You can also log into each users control panel with their username and the servers root password.
     
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    silentcircuit,

    I was having a similiar problem with the default addresses. ciphervendor was correct; you can edit all the alias and default address configs in that file. I then ran /scripts/fixvaliases and they are all working now...

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