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On Mon, Oct 09, 2006 at 06:16:49PM -0700, Mark Nienberg wrote:
>>> /etc/maildroprc(7): Opening logfile /var/log/maildrop.log
>>> maildrop: Unable to create log file.
>> You are probably using courier-authlib, and the userid/groupid defined
>> for the "steve" user in whatever authentication module you've configured
>> courier-authlib for does not match the userid/groupid the file is owned by.
>Hmm, not sure what you mean. I am using maildrop as the LDA for sendmail. The users
>have real accounts on the machine.
What I did was make all LDAP mail users be part of the same group, then
make the maildrop.log file owned by that group and group writable.
CentOS44[root@... ~]# id cannonball@...
uid=1008(cannonball@...) gid=1000(mailusers) groups=1000(mailusers)
CentOS44[root@... ~]# vdir /var/log/maildrop.log
- -rw-rw-r-- 1 root mailusers 2277471 Oct 10 11:01 /var/log/maildrop.log
If you don't have the ability to make them all use the same group, then
I'm not sure what to do to solve that.
when you shoot yourself in the foot, just because you are so neurally
broken that the signal takes years to register in your brain, it does
not mean that your foot does not have a hole in it. --Randy Bush
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