One little step ahead.
well after reinstalling everything from scratch and doing some more testing
i´ve found out that maildrop reads the mysql table it should:
98 Connect postfix@... on
98 Init DB maildb
98 Query SELECT id, uid, gid, home, maildir, quota, -- FROM users
WHERE id = "user1"
but ignores it completly, instead it tries to deliver to the system user:
user1 (i created one for testing purposes).
if there is no system user, it says: "Invalid user specified." and no other
The user is definitly in the table. It is so as it would get no data
maildrop runs with -V9 but there is no more information ....
any other logs i might try ?
what is wrong ?
do the columns have to have a special type ?
id is varchar(128) type.