First off make sure that 89 is the ID of the vpopmail user and 89 is the
group for vchkpw. I sure hope you didn't set the vpopmail users home
directory as /. Or you will have a hell of a lot of problems. I have mine
set to a /mail parition. Then that partition is owned by vpopmail.vchkpw.
That is why you are getting a access denied error. Cause it tries to write
to the ~vpopmail/etc directory but doesn't have permissions to.
Network Account Executive
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christian [Kanzie] Nilsson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 08, 2002 8:17 AM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Re: New user with problems!
> > > Oct 7 18:03:02 morrison vpopmail: vchkpw: setgid 89 failed
> > What user your POP3 daemon is running as? ('-u' switch in tcpserver
> > clause if you make use of tcpserver)
> > --
> I do use tcpserver, did not have any specified user or group, read that it
> would inherit the $envuidgid so it would be taken care of. However now I
> added "-u 89 -g 89", restarted the whole chebang (using the qmailctl
> restart - command copied from lifewithqmail.com) and received a new error,
> dont know if that is a step forward or backwards =)
> The new error, running as 89 89, is:
> tcprules: fatal: unable to create /etc/tcp.smtptmp.4400: access denied
> -ERR authorization failed
> What is it Im missing out of here?
> // Kanzie //