Timothy Ha wrote:
> I am having this errors in the log
> Apr 12 21:12:40 gehard postfix/pipe: EBF424100D6:
> to=<test@...>, relay=maildrop, delay=1, status=deferred
> (temporary failure. Command output: ERR: authdaemon: s_connect()
> failed: Permission denied /usr/bin/maildrop: Temporary authentication
> failure. )
Most probably, maildrop cannot open authdaemon socket.
> Which permission should I fix here? Of /usr/bin/maildrop or of
> If I set maildroprc to 644 mode, I have
> [root]# maildrop -V5 /etc/maildroprc -d test@... test
> domain.com < ~/virus.eml
> Message start at 0 bytes, envelope sender=root
> maildrop: Attempting /etc/maildroprc
> maildrop: Cannot have world/group permissions on the filter file - for
> your own good.
> I guess that /usr/bin/maildrop and /etc/maildroprc should belong to
> the user that maildrop is associated in /etc/postfix/master.cf, but
> why there is the "ERR: authdaemon" line above?
maildrop must belong to root, and should be setuid.