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From: rptx (halimsramagmail.com)
Date: Sat Aug 09 2014 - 14:02:12 CDT
Just to comment. the printf command won't work. It has a single quote
$ printf "From: %s\nTo: %s\nSubject: test\n\ntest\n" "$nameaddr" \
"$nameaddr" | /usr/sbin/sendmail -f "$addr" -it
El 08/09/2014 10:21 AM, Viktor Dukhovni escribió:
> On Sat, Aug 09, 2014 at 07:24:58AM -0700, Rich Shepard wrote:
>> A few weeks ago I upgraded postfix from 2.11.0 to 2.11.1 and soon saw that
>> my daily log summary reports stopped appearing in my inbox each morning. The
>> script (logwatch.pl) is run from /etc/cron.daily and has worked faithfully
>> for years. Until recently.
> You probably failed to set the permissions of the postdrop(1)
> executable correctly. After installing Postfix from source, don't
> forget to run "postfix set-permissions" as root.
>> It is only this morning that
>> I confirmed the issue is with sendmail in 2.11.1.
> And failed to post any evidence detailing the problem. Post an
> invocation of sendmail(1) that fails to deliver the mail. Post
> any logging related to this. Post "ls -ld output" for (the 2.11.1
> versions of a non-working combination) of:
> For the same installation post also the output of "postconf -n" and
> "postconf -M pickup/unix".
>> Downgrading to
>> postfix-2.10.3 (since I could not find the source for 2.11.0 on the Web
>> site) fixed the problem.
> Likely by erasing the evidence of an incomplete installation process.
>> I can provide logwatch.pl-7.4.0 for testing.
> The Postfix sendmail(1) program is content agnostic for well formed
> and even not-so well-formed mail. If it fails to deliver mail, it
> should not matter which program sent it. Did the problem really
> only happen with logwatch? Did you test sending a short message?
> $ addr="<rshepardappl-ecosys.com>"
> $ nameaddr="Rich Shepard $addr"
> $ printf 'From: %s\nTo: %s\nSubject: test\n\ntest\n" "$nameaddr" "$nameaddr" |
> /usr/sbin/sendmail -f "$addr" -it
> If that works, the problem is not with sendmail(1).
>> I like to keep postfix current with the latest stable patch level so I
>> hope this issue can be resolved in 2.11.2.
> Since you have not reported any problem, this is unlikely.