aliases in both those versions are in the file domuser.dat in the
surgemail home folder, check that file matches and contains the missing
aliases on both systems ?
Also check /etc/aliases and for alias settings in surgemail.ini pointing
at other files. Maybe you had some other type of alias setup....
On 4/12/2019 5:02 AM, Chris Ferebee wrote:
> I seem to have lost a few (or more?) user aliases during migration.
> To migrate our SurgeMail server to a new machine, I did the following.
> 1. I installed surgemail_74a_solaris_i64.tar.gz on the new server to set up any extraneous parameters.
> 2. The old server was still running 7.3e2-2 (Solaris). I copied everything to the new server by running couple of rsyncs of /usr/local/surgemail, /var/surgemail and /etc/surgemail.ini while the old server was running. Then I stopped the old server (with surgemail_stop.sh) and ran a final rsync (with --delete) on all three sources to grab the final state. All files are owned by mail:mail on the new server. I also copied the legal archive local directory.
> 3. I figured that any and all files required by 7.3e2-2 should have been copied, so I postponed upgrading the new server back to 7.4.
> Everything seems to work as expected, except that two users have reported that they lost alias email addresses and were unable to login and/or receive email on the alias address.
> What might have gone wrong? What do I need to check?
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