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From: Wietse Venema (wietseporcupine.org)
Date: Mon Jun 11 2007 - 08:52:02 CDT
"schönfeld / in-medias-res.com":
> Wietse Venema wrote:
> > You come complaining here, but you don't
> > mention which of the variants is giving you trouble, and why you
> > chose that particular variant in the first place.
> That is just not true.
> 1) I do write, that *I* prefer to use the mailbox_command variant, cause
> according to the MAILDROP_README it is the one which supports aliases etc.
> 2) I did post atleast two *common* problems about this variant.
> It isn't so that i would not be able to solve the problems. Even it
> isn't critism about the list. I am sure, that I would be able to solve
> the problem with the help of the list. But I am also sure that these
> problems has been solved about a hundred of times. So I am asking why
> there is no information about such common problems in the README?
The people who provided the MAILDROP_README information obviously
did not experience this problem.
This might tip you off that perhaps you made a mistake somewhere.
When maildrop, running with the UNIX privileges of the recipient,
can't access the mail-related files of that recipient, you have a
basic file permission problem.
Postfix documentation does not provide a UNIX file permission