The usage of fml8 makefml is same as fml4 in the case of default domain. But differs in the virtual domain case. See the Section called Run "makefml newml" To Create An ML (In The Case Of Virtual Domain) for the virtual domain case.
To create an ML, use "makefml" command (CUI) in the same way as fml4.
% su fml % makefml newml elena ... snip ...
In the case of non default domain (virtual domain), run "makefml newdomain" command before running "makefml newml".
% su root # makefml newdomain fml.org /var/spool/virtual/fml.org # exit % su fml % makefml newml elena ... snip ...
"makefml newml" processes the following steps.
Create files such as
config.cf include include-ctlat /var/spool/ml/elena. The domain name et.al. in these files is replaced to proper value.
Add elena ML entry into /var/spool/ml/etc/mail/aliases. Run postalias to rebuild /var/spool/ml/etc/mail/aliases.db.
Create ~fml/.qmail-* files for qmail.
Update procmailrc as a sample.
Prepare the directory
~fml/public_html/fml/mlarchive/$domain/$ml/for html archive. For example, for firstname.lastname@example.org
~fml/public_html/fml/mlarchive/fml.org/elena/is creatd. HTML archive of ML articles is created by default.
Prepare CGI (GUI). Set up
~fml/public_html/cgi-bin/fml/$domain/admin/config.cgifor the master cgi, instead cgi to control one ML $ml@$domain is set up at
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