Lucio Crusca writes:

Sam Varshavchik writes:
> From the logs, you've configured spamd to be responsible for delivering
> mail
 > You have to take smaller steps, and get one thing working, at a time.

I've now moved spamd out of the way. My previous DEFAULTDELIVERY was


The current one is:


and everyting works. However if I try to use maildrop alone, with:

DEFAULTDELIVERY="| /usr/bin/maildrop"

it stops working again, so I think I have a problem with maildrop rather
than spamd.

Then, look in the .mailfilter file to see what the delivery instructions are.

maildrop also has a verbose flag, that causes it to generate its own logging.

Attachment: pgpB8shQVlAMs.pgp
Description: PGP signature

Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world's most
engaging tech sites,!
courier-users mailing list

Reply via email to