On Fri, 12 Dec 2003 10:08:26 -0600 Jeremy Kitchen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-12-12 at 09:17, Jacob S. wrote: > > Ok, I'm having trouble getting qmail's QUEUE_EXTRA feature and > > vpopmail to play well together. > > > > Can someone remind me how /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail could be > > abused if it were chmod u+s vpopmail:vchkpw? > > why on earth would you want to setuid it? qmail-lspawn setuid's then > spawns qmail-local to handle the delivery. there's no need to setuid > it. Because I'm not getting it to work that easily. > If you want to make queue-extra deliver to a vpopmail mailbox, tell it > to deliver to domain.com-youruser and the qmail-users/vpopmail will > handle the rest. I wish it would. I've tried setting queue_extra to "Tlog\0" and "Tdomain.com-log\0" and adjusting queue_extralen appropriately. The latter simply causes qmail to deliver to [EMAIL PROTECTED] in the logfiles. The former would probably work for copying to a normal user's mailbox, but that doesn't allow the filtering method described at http://www.ornl.gov/lists/mailing-lists/qmail/2000/12/msg00814.html I've tried various other methods, including running vdelivermail from a .qmail file in /var/qmail/alias. The closest I've come is using a .qmail-log file in /home/vpopmail/domains/domain.com/ to copy to another user and getting 2 copies, instead of just one. Worst case, everyone sending e-mail to this domain starts getting messages about their e-mail looping. For more of what I've tried, see my message from Tuesday titled "Vpopmail and message logging?". Any other suggestions? TIA, Jacob ----- GnuPG Key: 1024D/16377135 Microsoft gives you Windows... Linux gives you the whole house.
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