Hi Anders,

thanks for that hint, I think IŽll give it a try next weekend.
To be honest, what IŽve done to get rid of that problem is let qmail do the whole 
stuff with interpreting the EXITCODE from my spamfilter script.

Instead of putting the .qmail file in 
/path-to-vpopmail/domains/domain1/emailadress1/.qmail ( here vdelivermail would do the 
delivery and the check for the EXITCODE ) I made a script to create a 
.qmail-emailadress1 in /path-to-vpopmail/domains/domain1/.qmail-emailadress1 ( here it 
is qmail that handles the .qmail file, starts my spamfilter script, gets the EXITCODE 
and then drops the mail into /path-to-vpopmail/domains/domain1/emailadress1/Maildir/ 
where vdelivermail gets it and delivers it.

It is somehow a little bit difficult but works fine for me.
If I have any experiences with that patch IŽll let you all know.



> Hi,
> On Tue, 2003-09-30 at 10:09, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > So I upgraded to the last "stable" version 5.2.1 whereas the
> > changelog said that within 5.2.1 the EXITCODE checks would be
> > performed.
> Vpopmail 5.2.1 fails to catch exitcode 100. Here is a patch:
> http://fmail.dk/stuff/vpopmail-5.2.1-vdeliver-command-100.diff
> Hope this helps.
> /Anders

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