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dbmail-users not removing alias
I am unable to remove aliases with:

dbmail-users -c <username> -S <alias>

I run it, and it says "Done", but if I immediately run dbmail-users -l I
can still see the alias there.

Is this a known problem? What is the right way to remove an alias?

Thanks,

Lee.
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Re: dbmail-users not removing alias [ In reply to ]
Are you sure its an alias and not an Forward?

try to use dbmail-users -c <username> -T <alias>

if this fails, check the database, you should find the entry in the
dbmail_aliases table.

bye

Harald

Am 02.06.2015 um 00:34 schrieb Lee Howard:
> I am unable to remove aliases with:
>
> dbmail-users -c <username> -S <alias>
>
> I run it, and it says "Done", but if I immediately run dbmail-users -l I
> can still see the alias there.
>
> Is this a known problem? What is the right way to remove an alias?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Lee.
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> Dbmail-dev@dbmail.org
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Re: dbmail-users not removing alias [ In reply to ]
Yes, it was an alias.

Ultimately I ended-up removing the alias from the MySQL database
directly through SQL commands. I had to read through the dbmail source
code to learn how to do that. I first tried to fix the dbmail-users
code to address the matter, but I ultimately gave up and just ran the
SQL commands.

I was able to remove many other aliases for other users. I just had a
problem removing that one alias for that one user.

Thanks,

Lee.


On 07/01/2015 06:40 AM, Harald Leithner wrote:
> Are you sure its an alias and not an Forward?
>
> try to use dbmail-users -c <username> -T <alias>
>
> if this fails, check the database, you should find the entry in the
> dbmail_aliases table.
>
> bye
>
> Harald
>
> Am 02.06.2015 um 00:34 schrieb Lee Howard:
>> I am unable to remove aliases with:
>>
>> dbmail-users -c <username> -S <alias>
>>
>> I run it, and it says "Done", but if I immediately run dbmail-users -l I
>> can still see the alias there.
>>
>> Is this a known problem? What is the right way to remove an alias?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Lee.
>> _______________________________________________
>> Dbmail-dev mailing list
>> Dbmail-dev@dbmail.org
>> http://mailman.fastxs.nl/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dbmail-dev
>

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