Mr Sam,

I have switched over to maildrop instead of vdelivermail, by calling it 
from .qmail-default for all my domains. Everything looked good for a few days, 
until I see the problem occuring with one of the users that had the same 
problem before with vdelivermail.

So I ran a shell script that removes any maildirsize file with negatives in 
it, then recreate the maildirsize file for that user by running "vuserinfo -Q 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]" and setting the chown/chgrp vpopmail/vchkpw on the maildirsize 
file. Just in case some bad stuff stayed around..

Few days, and the problem happens to another account. There is 1.1MB in 
user/Maildir, his trash is only few kb, but getquota ROOT on courierimap 
reports -ve value.
I sent that user a message, and the -ve value decreased (got closer to zero).

So now I removed all maildirsize files, and recreated it for each user on the 

I am running out of thoughts here. If this happens again I am going to pull my 
hair out :(

below is a copy of my .qmail-default, and mailfilter
I know the two execs for the mailfilter is very bad, and it's got to be 
changed. But I'd like to not set MAILDIRQUOTA=value in each user's mailfilter 
and call maildrop from each user's .qmail file, or set a default 
MAILDIRQUOTA=value for all users in a domain.

Tim Hasson

| /usr/local/bin/maildrop mailfilter

import EXT
import HOST
VHOME=`/home/vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo -d [EMAIL PROTECTED]

`test -d $VHOME/Maildir`
if ( $RETURNCODE == 1 )
   echo "Sorry, no mailbox here by that name. (#5.1.1)"

# Make sure the quota file is in place.
# maildrop does not create it if it doesnt exist
# Vpopmail also removes it when you change the quota with vsetuserquota
`test -s "$VHOME/Maildir/maildirsize"`
if ( $RETURNCODE == 1 )
   `/home/vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo -Q [EMAIL PROTECTED]

   `test -s "$VHOME/Maildir/maildirsize"`
   if ( $RETURNCODE == 0 )
      `/usr/sbin/chown vpopmail:vchkpw $VHOME/Maildir/maildirsize`
      `/bin/chmod 640 $VHOME/Maildir/maildirsize`

# Default delivery
exception {
        to "$VHOME/Maildir/"

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