[HCoop-Help] Having both https and http enabled

Adam Chlipala adamc at hcoop.net
Sat Mar 1 11:54:13 EST 2008

Tanveer Singh wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 1, 2008 at 9:46 PM, Adam Chlipala <adamc at hcoop.net> wrote:
>>  The appropriate equivalent refactoring of the configuration you sent is:
>>  dom "tpu.org" where
>>   DocumentRoot = home "ihro_html";
>>   SSL = use_cert "/etc/apache2/ssl/apache.pem";
>>   Mailbox = "default.alias at wherever";
>>  with
>>   emailAlias "admin" "tanveer";
>>   emailAlias "d.s.gill" "someone at wherever";
>> end;
> I am a little confused here What does Mailbox directive mean.
> I want all mails addressed to admin go to tanveer, and all mails
> addressed to d.s.gill go somewhere, and all default mails to go to
> another address. Is that what Mailbox means?

'Mailbox' is not a directive; it's an environment variable name.  You 
can look at the implementation of 'dom' in ~domtool/lib/easy_domain.dtl 
to see exactly how it's used.

The natural language summary is that the target for your domain's 
default alias is pulled from the value you have set in 'Mailbox'.  That 
value defaults to "$YOU at hcoop.net".

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