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. Jonas