Hi Stratsimir,

> The only solution I am aware of is to make 
> .qmail-abuse in every domain dir,
> but then the postmaster users will be able to delete those forwards 
> using vpopmail frontend.

Bloody workaround: After creating .qmail-abuse, do a "chown root.root
.qmail-abuse". People will be able to see that address, but they can't
delete it.

> I've tried to put .qmail-abuse in /var/log/qmail/alias - it didn't 
> worked for me.

It doesn't work in general because ~alias is only consulted if no
matching user is found.


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