On Thursday, February 13, 2003, at 04:22  AM, Jim wrote:

I've been using vpopmail 5.3.9 for a while, with [seemingly] no problems. I
upgraded to vpopmail 5.3.16, and noticed some new behavior.

i have my server hosting a non-registered domain -- jimtest.com. i have two
users on this domain; [EMAIL PROTECTED] and [EMAIL PROTECTED] I also have a
.qmail-default and a .qmail-jim which contains:

| /usr/local/bin/spamc | /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail ''

this lets me send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], et al. it is
all piped through spamc and is all delivered correctly.

now, the wierd part is when i send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the message is
piped through spamc and delivered to the spam mailbox.. i've verified that
i have no .qmail-spam or .qmail inside the spam Maildir.
This is exactly how it _should_ behave. Your .qmail-default is setup so that all _unmatching_ addresses will be put in the "jim" Maildir. But you have a real account for "spam", so vdelivermail sees that and puts it in the "spam" Maildir. Where did you expect mail for "spam" to be delivered?


Bill Shupp

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