From: Dennis Durling <dennis@un...> - 2002-03-16 18:04:44
I am using vpopmail and sqwebmail and trying to implement maildrop as a
It does not seem to be working for me.
I have tried setting up the /home/vpopmail/domains/mydomain/.qmial-default
file with | /usr/local/bin/maildrop
but I get the following error
@400000003c938253215760a4 delivery 272:
I have tried also to put a .qmail file
and got the same error as listed above.
I know I must be doing something wrong but I just can't figure out what.
Please help if you know what I am doing wrong.
Thanks in advance.
From: Christopher Davis <maildrop@fa...> - 2002-05-31 12:43:38
I'm having problems with aliases in vpopmail while using
maildrop/vpopmail/seekable patch. I'm use the mysql alias table for aliases
and maildrop seems to deliver messages sent to an alias to nowhere land. No
return message, nothing. The logs even say that the message was delivered
correctly. Any ideas?
From: Sam Varshavchik <mrsam@co...> - 2002-03-16 21:05:21
On Sat, Mar 16, 2002 at 10:04:43AM -0800, Dennis Durling wrote:
> I am using vpopmail and sqwebmail and trying to implement maildrop as a
> mail filter.
> It does not seem to be working for me.
> I have tried setting up the /home/vpopmail/domains/mydomain/.qmial-default
> file with | /usr/local/bin/maildrop
maildrop doesn't know anything about vpopmail. It expects to be able to find
the recipient's address in your usual /etc/passwd file, with the default
mailbox defined accordingly.
You can get maildrop to work in manual mode, by passing the path to the
.mailfilter file as the argument to maildrop. However, you will also have
to make the equivalent adjustments to sqwebmail's maildirfilterconfig,
reflecting the location of the recipient's maildir relative to vpopmail's