On Tuesday 08 January 2008 22:37:42 cyclops@... wrote:
> So I think I may have the issue nearly entirely solved... However, I really
> want to log maildrop's activities as well as I want courier to log when it
> calls maildrop.
> Does anyone know how to do this?
chown mail:mail /var/log/mailfilter.log
tail -f /var/log/mailfilter.log
where mail:mail is the UID:GID of your mail delivery
program (ps aux | grep postfix, or whatever mail server).
Then add this to maildroprc or the beginning of your
then you can get some decent logging. Try this to see
what variables are visible to maildrop...
I often use 'log "$HOME"' to show me the exact path to
the users homedir. Also, this is handy to active...
./authdaemonrc:# DEBUG_LOGIN=0 - turn off debugging
./authdaemonrc:# DEBUG_LOGIN=1 - turn on debugging
./authdaemonrc:# DEBUG_LOGIN=2 - turn on debugging + log passwords too