On Thu, 2004-02-05 at 06:23, Jean wrote:
> I just installed SpamAssassin in my vpopmail installation, with maildrop.
> The thing is that the sample script (provided everywhere, including SA
> distribution), uses the following command lines to get the users home dir:
> VHOME=`/var/vpopmail/pop/bin/vuserinfo -d [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> First, the path is not the default vpopmail installation (/home/vpopmail),
> but I can live with that :P
> The problem is that the [EMAIL PROTECTED] variable provided by .qmail provides the
> information in the form of "virtualhost-virtual_user"@domain.
> So, for my [EMAIL PROTECTED] it provides:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
$EXT should only give you 'systest'
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ cat .qmail-test
|echo $EXT > testfile
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ echo "hi" | mailsubj "test" kitchen-test | qmail-inject
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ cat testfile
> I'm using pretty much the default settings for everything, and i guess this
> is the normal behaviour of qmail. Just wondering if i'm missing something
> obvious or anyone has got around that. I am temporary using my full email on
> the 'vuserinfo -d' command instead of the variables, but I didnt want to go
> that way for each user.
shouldn't have to
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